Constructed with 14.4 million pounds of structural steel and 26,000 cubic yards of concrete.
The glass-domed public gallery is 110 feet high.
The building provides room for approximately 1,950 employees.
The City of San José expects to save $189 million over the next 50 years by consolidating city services and employees into one location, greatly minimizing the cost of leasing space in multiple locations.
Site includes 2.5 acres of "programmable" space on the plaza for public events.
77 contractors and subcontractors worked on the project.
The Rotunda dome is composed of 1,032 pieces of glass.
The building includes 4,365 light fixtures and 2,223 fire alarms.
The City Council Chambers comprises 7,000 square feet and 330 seats.
The original design proposal called for a peak height of 320 feet, but it did not pass FAA approval due to the building's proximity to the airport's flight path.
Tallest building in San Jose.
Project was approved by voters (Measure I) in 1996.
Consolidates all city offices into one building.
439 stairs from the parking level to the 18th floor.
Constructed using 150,000 structural bolts.
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