California’s capital city is home to Miyamoto International’s Sacramento office, as well as the company’s global headquarters. Offering seismic and structural engineering innovation and expertise, work from the Sacramento portfolio includes a diversity of projects, ranging from healthcare and higher ed to unique restoration and retrofitting solutions for some of the city’s most iconic projects, from Globe Mills and the Citizen Hotel to the famed Ziggurat building. We also help government leaders apply “above code” technology to equip new or existing essential facilities, such as a city hall, police station or community center, to remain operational as your emergency response center in the event of a disaster.
Known for being on the leading edge of innovative structural design for decades, we apply unique solutions to fit each project, whether that be a university classroom building, new hospital wing, the repurposing of an existing commercial building or the design of a warehouse or distribution center for the up-and-coming international food companies moving into West Sacramento. Miyamoto is known for being true partners with our clients. Let’s tackle your project’s challenges and solve problems together.
Pat O’Brien Community and Aquatics Center
In the spring of 2019, the Pat O’Brien Community and Aquatics Center opened to South Sacramento’s Vintage Park community. Its 13,000-SF Community Center includes a gymnasium/multi-purpose room, meeting rooms and event patio areas. The Aquatics Center features,,,