UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO STUDENT HOUSING, San Francisco:
Project featuring demolition of existing ROTC building and construction of two new Student Housing buildings at the University’s Lone Mountain campus. Both buildings are wood framed construction over concrete parking garage/podium. The West building is 110,760 SF and consists of five stories over a 1-story parking garage; this building provides 71 dormitory units, as well as amenity spaces. The East building is 123,690 SF and consists of four stories over a 1-story parking garage; this building provides 84 dormitory units, classrooms and amenity spaces. There are 156 parking spaces combined between the two buildings.
ARROYO GREEN APARTMENTS, Redwood City:
145,000 SF multifamily development consisting of 117 units, as well as common space including community space, on-site offices for staff, and common areas featuring a laundry room, learning center, a fitness center and computer lab. The 7-story building is comprised of a concrete podium for levels 1 and 2, supporting five stories of wood frame building above, also consists of commercial space used for a childcare center. The project also includes non-public landscape improvements consisting of one podium courtyard and an on -grade playground area, as well as public landscape improvements comprising a linear park/promenade along the western/northern bank of Redwood Creek between Bradford Street and Main Street.
NVIDIA VOYAGER, Santa Clara:
Devcon lead design/build project with outside architect consisting of demolition of a 5-building campus and “make ready” utility work with new construction featuring a 3-level, 750,000 SF Class A office building above a 2-level, 540,000 SF below grade parking garage. This iconic, open floor concept building has an exposed, triangular grid structural steel framing over PT concrete podium. Unique features include faceted, architectural façade and roof with 287 triangle skylights, terraced floor plates, raised floors with underfloor HVAC, in-slab radiant heating/cooling, living walls, and Mezzanine bar. Project also includes 12 acres of site work including a private park with a 50,000 SF, 65’ tall triangular steel trellis with 450 kW PV panel array, “tree house” structures for working outside, and an elevated bridge connection to Phase I Endeavor building. The project will receive a LEED Gold rating.
25-acre, design/build campus consisting of four buildings totaling 400,000 SF. The project includes a private, secure courtyard featuring outdoor amenities for the single tenant. Each building features a mezzanine level above the second floor, an unpainted exposed steel structure supporting extensive column free space throughout, sawtooth clerestories to provide extensive daylight and sky views to the large open workspace, large perimeter windows protected by View Glass on the second level providing responsive daylight and heat-gain control around the building. Building amenities include multiple fitness centers, a full-service café in each building, and a dedicate visitor center. The project will receive a LEED GOLD rating.
LINKEDIN MIDDLEFIELD CAMPUS EXPANSION, Mountain View:
Project consisting of demolition of two existing buildings and construction of three new office buildings featuring 763,397 SF of space for office and amenities such as retail, dining and fitness. The project also consists of two new parking structures housing 2,913 vehicles; 2,854 are standard stalls, 292 are electric vehicle stalls, and 59 are ADA accessible stalls. Project features new landscaping, pedestrian and bicycle paths as well. Currently in pre-construction phase.
SCU SOBRATO CAMPUS FOR DISCOVERY AND INNOVATION, Santa Clara:
Design/build 375,000 SF project consisting of three buildings. The Santa Clara University STEM Complex Program document is a Statement of Need resulting from a space analysis for the new science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and research complex envisioned as a new home for departments in the College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS) and the School of Engineering (SoE). The STEM Complex will combine academic, research, administrative, social and innovation activity spaces in support of the University’s academic degree programs within the STEM and related fields. The new Complex will be occupied by faculty, students and staff within the STEM areas of study and by those outside the STEM fields; and house space and programs for partnerships with regional private industry and global social and environmental initiatives.
MAKITA USA DISTRIBUTION CENTER AND TRAINING CENTER, Reno, NV:
47 acre site featuring a 600,000 SF tilt-up distribution center, 36’ clear height, and one 30,000 SF tilt-up training center.
VILLAGE AT RANCHARRAH – PHASE 1, Reno:
115,000 SF project located at the historic Harrah’s Ranch in South Reno featuring approximately 60,000 SF of retail/restaurants. Phase 1 includes (9) 1 & 2-story shell buildings with Napa Carneros Farmhouse architecture and pre-engineered steel structures skinned with clerestory windows, storefront glazing, and Hardie board & batten siding. Site work consists of parking lot and site utilities for the entire 15-acre project which includes 55,000 SF of plaza/courtyard gathering areas featuring site amenities such as an outdoor stage, bocce ball courts, water features, fire pits, seat walls & benches, outdoor dining areas, public restrooms, and outdoor arcades.
STANFORD AUXILIARY LIBRARY PHASE 3 – 475 LONGFELLOW COURT, Livermore:
Project consisting of a 39,650 SF expansion of the existing Stanford Auxiliary Library located in Livermore. The project includes four additional storage bays and a freezer space, all with strict temperature and humidity controls, for preservation of historical documents from newspapers, to books, to motion picture film. The structure is steel-framed with precast panels at the exterior and a super flat concrete floor. Project also features over 138,000 LF of high-bay shelving is included in the scope.
COLEMAN HIGHLINE PHASE 1.2, San Jose:
Design/build core and warm shell office development consisting of two steel buildings with unitized curtain wall and precast exterior skin systems. Phase 1.2 features a 6-story and 5-story office building totaling 360,000 SF with a 3-story amenities building at 23,000 SF. Phase 1.2 also includes site work and offsite improvements.
675 ALMANOR, Sunnyvale:
Project consisting of demolition to one existing building and new construction of a 4-story Class A commercial office building approximately 150,651 SF, with retail on the first floor. The project also consists of a 5-story concrete parking structure at 112,261 SF, providing 371 parking stalls. The exterior features a rooftop terrace, outside patio and a workout area/gym within the project landscaping.
DIVCOWEST, San Jose:
Design/build shell and site modifications to three existing buildings at 105,000 SF each. Project includes redesign of roof line at main entryways, new balcony guard rails, new roofing and rooftop HVAC equipment, new paving, new landscaping and various site elements. Project also features relocation of the main lobby at 125 Rio Robles, outside of the existing footprint, utilizing a new curtain wall ‘pop out’ to increase street visibility and building access.
353 JULIAN – RIVER CORPORATE CENTER III, San Jose:
194,000 SF project consisting of one 6-story structural steel office building with sitework and tenant Improvements
ADOBE NORTH TOWER, San Jose:
1,300,000 SF project consisting of a 20-story CIP concrete tower featuring a 12-story office building, 2-story below grade parking, 6-levels above grade parking, sitework and tenant improvements. The project features a pedestrian bridge approximately 10,000 SF over West San Fernando, connecting the new structure to the existing campus. The garage and office façade consists of metal panel, curtain wall and structural glazing, while the interior features a multi-story all hands space, customer experience center, multiple cafes, and flexible work space.
HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE 3PAR/SGI CONSOLIDATION – Milpitas:
100,000 SF project consisting of tenant improvements to two buildings. Scope of work at 940 N. McCarthy includes interior demolition with renovations at the 1st and 2nd floors, as well as construction of a new exterior service yard. Scope of work at 900 N. McCarthy also includes interior demolition with renovations at the 1st and 2nd floors; all the improvements feature new MEP systems.
PATHLINE PARK PHASE 1, Sunnyvale:
Design/build core and warm shell office development consisting of steel buildings and unitized curtain wall systems. Phase 1 features two 3-story office buildings at 209,400 SF each, one 4-story office building at 139,700SF, and a 1-story amenity building at 11,500SF. Phase 1 also includes site work, onsite parking and sports courts.
3380 COYOTE HILL ROAD, Palo Alto:
Construction of an 83,000 SF 2-Story C/S (R&D) built over a 47,500 K SF single level below grade parking garage.
THE HARKER MIDDLE SCHOOL, San Jose:
Project consisting of a new 40,000 SF, 2-story classroom building and a new 10,000 SF gymnasium. Project also features minor remodeling of existing gym and a new sport field.
NUEVA BAY MEADOWS – PHASE 3A WEST WING, San Mateo:
Project consisting of a new 2-story, 7,500 SF classroom wing on existing podium. Project includes additional 7,300 SF of roof deck/green roof area, plus on-grade site work.
SCU ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE CENTER, Santa Clara:
Design/build project consisting of 50,000 SF combined steel/metal framing and concrete tilt-up structure. The new athletics facility houses two full-size courts that serve as a dedicated practice facility for the university basketball and volleyball teams. The facility also houses an approximate 7,000 SF weight room, nutrition station, staff offices and kitchen, academic center, and 5,000 SF sports medicine center. The academic center consists of offices, conference room, and both private and collaborative study areas while the sports medicine center features training equipment, thermal and cold therapy pools, and a hydrotherapy pool for rehabilitation and fitness.
SCU FINN RESIDENCE HALL, Santa Clara:
Design/build project consisting of approximately 120,000 SF four-story wood framed dormitory over concrete podium and 42,000 SF single-level of below grade parking garage. Project includes 184 student units, six staff apartments, offices, common lounges/break rooms, 2-story lounges and study rooms, and multi-purpose room that is almost two stories tall and features an operable partition wall, audio-visual system, and a service kitchen to host large events. The project also consists of a new air-cooled chiller plant, boiler plant, and 4-pipe fan coil units to provide heating and cooling to all student units and apartments.
700 SANTANA ROW – LOT 9, San Jose:
779,297 SF project consisting of core and shell for a 291,872 SF, 8-story office building with 30,263 SF of shelled retail space. The skin includes a combination of glass curtain wall, fins, glass storefront, GFRC with punched windows, precast and exposed concrete. The project also features a 457,162 SF with 1-level of below grade parking structure contiguous with office building and 4-levels of above-grade parking. The garage, which houses 1,300 vehicles, is an architectural precast and concrete combination enclosed by an architectural expanded mesh system.
CADENCE APARTMENTS, South San Francisco:
Project consisting of three separate parcels featuring three Type I and Type III, midrise apartment buildings totaling 260 units. Parcel A consists of 160 units; Parcel B consists of an on-grade parking lot; and Parcel D consists of 100 units. Both Parcels A and D feature five levels of wood frame above two on-grade concrete parking levels. The project also includes amenities and podium courtyards.
FOSTER SQUARE SENIOR HOUSING, Foster City:
69,132 SF project consisting of a 4-story, 66 unit senior affordable apartment building with 6,160 SF of common area space at the 1st floor. Project features a lobby, common kitchen/community space, balance studio/yoga room, computer room, and common laundry. The first floor also includes 9,401 SF of retail space for up to five future tenants, including restaurant space.