Horton Plaza Campus - San Diego, California

Horton Plaza is San Diego’s innovation hub for science, technology, arts, entertainment, and education. Encompassing 7 City blocks, 10 acres, and 1 million square feet of the Technology and Biotech Campus.

Climatec was awarded the Horton Plaza Campus Redevelopment project. This will be a full BACnet IP campus leveraging the Distech Eclypse product line, UNITOUCH thermostats, Optigo network switches, Visual BACnet, Acuity lighting integration, Envysion graphics, cloud-based commissioning, and Fault Detection & Diagnostics. The current phase is only core and shell upgrades with tenant Improvements to come. They are expecting an abundance of high-tech and biotech leases in the near future.

Why Distech Controls technology?

The Horton Plaza is a high-tech project to achieve LEED Platinum certification. Distech-Controls solutions offered features that made sense for this project’s requirements.

Solutions fitted in the building:

  • Distech Eclypse BACnet IP controllers
  • UNITOUCH thermostats
  • Visual BACnet 
  • Acuity lighting integration
  • Envysion graphics, and cloud-based commissioning

Stakeholders:

Owner: Stockdale Capital Partners
System Integrator: Climatec, LLC
Design Engineer: Integral Group
Architect: RDC Architects
General Contractor: Turner Construction
Mechanical Contractor: A.O. Reed & Co.

 

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