Maurice J. Gallagher, Jr. Hall, campus home of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, has earned a “platinum” certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the first business school building in California awarded the highest green building ranking. Nationwide, only two other business school buildings have won a platinum ranking. The Platinum LEED Certification was achieved through projects such as its solar installation by SUNworks.
SUNworks completed a very difficult solar project located on seven different sites around the University of California Davis campus. Kyle Remley of Main Street Power was the Project Coordinator. According to Mr. Remley, “I was pleased with SUNworks’ ability to step up and complete a challenging project. With weekly construction challenges and changes, and a fixed completion date, SUNworks was able pull the necessary resources together and meet the high expectations of both the University and Main Street Power within our narrow time frame. SUNworks’ ability to improvise in the field and provide solutions to unforeseen issues was well received and I would recommend SUNworks for any similar, challenging solar installation.”