1991 - Construction
The building was constructed by California Public Employment Retirement System (CalPERS)
1993 - Board of Equalization
Board of Equalization moves in
1999 - April -Department of General Services takes over
The building became the responsibility of the Department of General Services and it became the responsible for maintenance and repairs
1999 - September - Broken panel
One spandrel panel broke on the 7th floor of the building
2000 - Agreement
A settlement and release agreement was signed by DGS and a general contractor
2001 - More broken panels
Two spandrel panels broke between the 7th/ 8th and 8th/9th floors
2005 - January - Broken panel
One spandrel panel broke between the 7th/8th floors
2005 - September - More broken panels
Several spandrel panels broke between 7th / 8th floors and at the 10th floor
2007 - Mold found
Mold shuts down a portion of the building.
2009 - Flooding
Hundreds of state workers put on administrative leave after a broken pipe floods the building.
2012 - January - Glass shatters to the ground
One spandrel panel broke between the 8th/9th floors
2012 - April - Window cracks discovered
Five windows on the 18th floor had cracks on the interior side and were replaced
2014 - May - AB 1656 passes
Assembly passed AB 1656 with a 66-0 vote. The bill will give DGS the authorization to begin the process of building a new headquarters and relocating Sacramento-based staff (after construction)
2014 - June - "Fire watch" patrols
Fire sprinkler system pump malfunctions. Hourly “fire watch” patrols ordered. A Senate committee is scheduled to hold a hearing for AB 1656 on June 24.
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