Building 4 on the Navy Federal Credit Union’s Heritage Oaks Campus houses a call center that operates 24/7, as well as open office space, and supporting conference rooms and training rooms. Sustainable features include daylighting with continuously dimmed, high efficiency T5, compact fluorescent, and metal halide artificial lighting and occupancy sensors, high filtration underfloor air delivery at depressed humidity, variable speed fans, pumping, and electric heat, airside enthalpy economizer and waterside economizer, low flow fixtures with automatic sensors, and storm water collection and detention for use in site irrigation.
Mechanical and electrical systems noise and vibration control.
Site lighting and interior lighting of open office and call center spaces in Building 4.
Security systems including access control, alarm monitoring, and video surveillance systems. Additional security elements include card readers at exterior and critical interior spaces, fixed and pan-tilt zoom cameras on the interior and exterior sides of entrances/exits and the building perimeter.
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