The new Headquarters for the California Farm Bureau Federation is a 60,000 square foot, 3-story office facility located on a 5 acre site. The new design-build building is concrete tilt with a Drill Displacement Pile (DDP) foundation system, with a mansard roof, ribbon windows and brick veneer. The build-to-suite improvements include office space, conference facilities and a board room.
The building design compliments the existing adjacent two story buildings by incorporating similar materials and design elements. The common use of brick and stone veneer throughout the development resonates with the California Farm Bureau Federation’s longevity as a 100 year organization and reinforces a sense of place within the surrounding River Plaza Development.
California Farm Bureau Federation is a nonprofit organization of farmers and ranchers consisting of county Farm Bureaus from nearly every county in California, established in 1919 to work for the betterment of family farmers and ranchers in California. CFBF works to protect and promote family farms and ranches and to find solutions to problems facing agriculture and rural communities.
|Total Square Footage||60,000|
|Architect||Perkins, Williams & Cotterill Architects|