Nacht & Lewis designed a state-of-the-art 911 Dispatch & Training facility for the City of Sacramento. Since opening in 2006, the facility has remained flexible for all of the City’s essential services needs, consistently supports both the staff who work there and the ever-changing technology needs and has remained open with uninterrupted operations 24/7. Check out our feature video for more insights into this dispatch 911 center.
The topics of sustainable design, LEEDĀ® certification and environmentally responsible buildings seem to be commonplace in architecture and design language these days. For Nacht & Lewis, these topics are even more intriguing when faced with the challenge of implementing them in a secure prison setting as opposed to a typical office building or other facility type. Security conditions are difficult, code requirements are challenging and daylight and exterior views require …Read More
In June of 2013, Nacht & Lewis worked together with all of the Design-Bid-Build partners to complete the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation’sĀ California Men’s Colony, 50-Bed Mental Health Crisis Facility project. On track to receive a LEED Gold Certification, the project was also recently recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council California Central Coast Chapter (USGBC-C4) with the honor of 2013 Best Overall Green New Construction Award! Each year …Read More
Over the past few days, we have seen a little buzzĀ here, hereĀ and here* and read some positive chatter about Inderkum High School along with a drastic spike in visits to our website! What’s the buzz all about you ask? According to Best Education Resources, Inderkum High School was ranked the #1 spot among 30 other reputable high school campuses as the “Most Amazing High School Campus in the World“. According …Read More