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Current Projects

700 SANTANA ROW – LOT 9, San Jose:

776,000 SF project consisting of core and shell for a 330,000 SF, 8-story office building with 31,000 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 485,000 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.

 

1598 BAY STREET, San Francisco:

51,000 SF project consisting of a 4-story concrete residential building with 28 units over one level of subterranean parking garage.  The project includes relevant site work, including excavation, grading, paving, and landscape work.

 

HOWARD S. AND ALIDA S. CHARNEY HALL OF LAW, SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY – SHELL/CORE AND TENANT IMPROVEMENT, Santa Clara:

Construction of a 108,000 SF, 3-story structural steel building with a 10” suspended slab and auger cast pile foundation system.  Project includes the Panelli courtroom which is named after The Justice Edward A. Panelli, five lecture halls, four classrooms, an advocacy classroom, and study rooms.  The project also features conference rooms, a Dean’s suite, law library, over 50 offices for the professors, roof skylights, a café, roof terrace, law school lounge, and glass guardrails on second and third floor opening to floors below.

 

SPLUNK TENANT IMPROVEMENT, San Jose:

230,000 SF tenant improvement within a 6-story concrete building, with a parking garage four stories below grade.  Project features private offices, open offices and conference rooms.  The first floor consists of a reception lobby, server room, training room, catering prep room, beverage station and coffee lounge.  Project also includes multiple water features and inter-connecting stair addition.  Challenges include 100% overlap with shell/core completion, complex open plan and specialty lighting design, post-tensioned slab reinforcing, All Hands meeting areas, and FSE build-out. 

 

BROADCOM HEADQUARTERS CAMPUS, San Jose:

575,000 SF project consisting of demolition and tenant improvement to two existing 6-story office buildings and two existing 3-story office buildings.  Project includes open office space, technical lab space, café, fitness center, and conference centers.  MEP systems and equipment are completely replaced for the two 6-story buildings, and existing rooftop mechanical units are reused at the two 3-story buildings.  The exterior skin facades of two buildings are renovated, and the project also features a new four-level, 812 stall parking garage and significant site work for Broadcom’s new campus in North San Jose. 

 

EMC/DSSD TENANT IMPROVEMENT, Menlo Park:

129,929 SF tenant improvement within a new 4-story core/shell building originally constructed by Devcon.  The project consists of labs, a café, offices and a Central Utility Plant that is pre-manufactured in a new enclosure on site.  Project also features installation of an emergency generator.  The project will receive a LEED Gold rating.  

 

TAHOE BEACH CLUB PHASE I, Stateline, NV:

Construction of 48 high-end condominiums of a 143 condominium project on the shores of Lake Tahoe.  Project includes a clubhouse that features a restaurant & bar, pool, fitness center, gym, and spa.

 

SEQUOIA BELLE HAVEN, Menlo Park:

78,760 SF building featuring a 3-story, Type V-A, wood framed slab on grade.  The complex consists of 90 affordable senior housing apartment units with service facilities at the ground floor.  Project also consists of a 2-story open air community room, bike storage, laundry rooms, meeting rooms and exercise room.  This project includes a fast track 11 month schedule due to federal requirements that displaced residents from the previous complex; residents needed to be moved back in within one year. 

 

CHURCH AND CASTRO, Mountain View:

Mixed-use project consisting of commercial and residential buildings.  The commercial portion consists of a 96,579 SF warm shell office with retail, and three levels of subterranean parking.  Work includes removal of an existing parking lot and the construction of a shell and core building.  Site work consists of construction of a trash and generator enclosure and an exterior courtyard.  The residential portion of this project features an 18,078 SF, 3-story mixed-use residential building.  The building sits on podium level with an underground garage below, shared with the adjacent office building on the site.  The units consist of four 1-bedroom single story flats, eight 2-story townhomes, and a 3,450 SF ground level parish office.  The building’s exterior materials consist of cement plaster exterior finish with three different colors, a ceramic tile roof to match the adjacent church, as well as ornate metal balcony railings and wood trellises to help blend into the existing context.

 

CADER CORPORATE CENTER, Petaluma:

Project consisting of three concrete tilt-up shell buildings totaling 259,600 SF.  Each building includes 6” SOG, concrete tilt-up panels with approximately 28’ clear height to bottom of truss, loading docks, ESFR fire system, metal deck with TPO roofing.  Site is approximately 20.5 acres and includes grading and paving, along with underground utilities and tie ins to existing utilities and landscaping work. 

 

COLEMAN HIGHLINE, San Jose:

Design/build core and shell office development consisting of steel buildings and unitized curtain wall system. Project consists of one 5-story office building approximately 166,000 SF and one 6-story office building approximately 198,000 SF.  The buildings are connected at the third floor by a pedestrian bridge called the “Highline” walkway.

 

601 MARSHALL, Redwood City:

250,000 SF project consisting of an 8-story above grade building and a 2-story below grade parking garage to accommodate 255 vehicles.  Project features 120,000 SF of office space with ground floor commercial/retail space. 

 

STANFORD REDWOOD CITY, Redwood City:

Project consisting of an expansion to Stanford University’s main campus.  The project features demotion to five existing buildings and new construction of nine independent structures.  Primary space is comprised of four office buildings totaling 585,000 SF.  The office buildings entail warm shell/core steel construction of one 6-story, two 5-story, and one 3-story building.  Each office building includes completed cores and lobbies with one building featuring a kitchen, dining area, and conference center.   The project also features four independent amenities buildings designed to support the 1.5 million square footage of eventual campus buildout; the amenities consist of approximately 56,000 SF of full shell/tenant improvements including a fitness center with pool, full gym and basketball court, a childcare facility, a communication center and a central utility plant which includes a one million gallon chilled water thermal energy storage tank. The project also consists of one 7-story parking garage with one story below grade; the custom skin, concrete garage is approximately 350,000 SF and houses 1,000 vehicles.  Sitework features 18 acres of complete renovation with landscaping, furnishings, pathways, greenways, plazas, two new private streets, city sidewalks, new utility feeds, undergrounding of all adjacent overhead utilities, and recycled water extension to the site from city recycled water facility; sitework also covers three neighborhood intersection renovations.

 

SILVER SPRING NETWORKS AT 210/230 TASMAN, San Jose:

150,000 SF tenant improvement featuring lab spaces, a network operation control room, data server room, RF chambers, as well as two floors of Class A office space.

 

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.

 

2800 SAND HILL ROAD – SEQUOIA CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, Menlo Park:

Project consisting of extensive renovations to the site, building shell, and interior.  The interior scope consists of a 33,000 SF, 2-story interior remodel including structural renovations, replacement of all existing HVAC units, addition of a new interior stair, and new interior framing and finishes.  Modifications to the existing shell include replacement of glazing systems, addition of skylights, replacement of the roof eaves with metal lattice, and addition of a 2nd floor balcony lounge.  The sitework features modification of existing site utilities for added drainage, landscape and hardscape.

 

NVIDIA ENDEAVOR, Santa Clara:

Design/build project consisting of demolition of a 5-building campus, with new construction of a 3-level, 525,000 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 roof with 260 triangle skylights, aluminum panel interior “heart” structure, raised floors with underfloor HVAC, in-slab radiant heating/cooling, 220,000 SF of terrazzo flooring and a 90’ central atrium.  Project also includes offsite improvements, “make ready” work package with public sewer main relocation, and nine acres of site work. The project will receive a LEED Gold rating.

 

LAM Research CA-3E, Fremont:

New 175,000 SF design/build semiconductor R&D facility with 44,000 SF of class 1,000 (or better) clean room space, and an equal amount of subfab space below.  Project features 40,000 SF of office/dry lab space, a large utility yard housing the facility’s mechanical equipment and plant, with a full third story fan deck housing the cleanroom’s air handlers. 

 

1201 TENNESSEE STREET, San Francisco:

235,000 SF design/build apartment complex consisting of 259 units and 1,840 SF of retail space; the project consists of six stories and a mezzanine.  The parking lot houses 147 vehicles and 273 bikes.  Amenities include a tech room, bike shop, fitness room, clubhouse kitchen and bar, outdoor landscaped courtyard with BBQ and fireplace, and community roof deck with views of the bay. 

 

222 CASPIAN, Sunnyvale:

96,000 SF renovation of an existing building featuring structural modifications to include a new lobby area.  Shell and core modifications consist of demolition, replacement of exterior skin, upgraded HVAC, lighting, and roof systems.  Project also features and upgrade to the restrooms, as well as new landscaping and hardscape for the site.  The project includes a partial tenant improvement scope to produce a market ready space.

  

ALBRIGHT CAMPUS, Los Gatos:

22-acre site featuring a campus consisting of two new 3-story warm shells and two 4-story warm shells totaling 525,000 SF.  The project also includes one new parking structure to accommodate 955 stalls with a bridge spanning between two of the office buildings.  The skin features metal panels, glass and GFRC, while the site includes new paved parking areas and outdoor seating areas.

 

500 UNIVERSITY AVENUE, Palo Alto:

Construction of a new 31,009 SF 3- story mixed-use building consisting of office and retail.  Project also features a 34,745 SF below grade parking garage housing 64 vehicles.

 

COLUMBUS FOODS, Hayward:

52,000 SF design/build project consisting of a prefabricated steel butler building with insulated metal panels to house an expansion to the existing food production facility for Columbus Foods. Site improvements include site fencing, truck access driveway, landscaping, and bio retention areas.

 

COMMONWEALTH CORPORATE CENTER, Menlo Park:

Project consisting of two 130,000 SF core & shell, 4-story structural steel buildings.  The exterior skin of the building is primarily a unitized curtain wall system with composite metal panel cladding of exterior fin features.  The project also includes 610,000 SF of onsite improvements including landscape, outdoor dining areas and sports court. 

 

LAGUNA COMMONS, Fremont:

65,153 SF project a featuring 4-story, Type V-A, wood framed slab on grade.  The complex consists of 64 affordable family housing apartment units with community and service facilities at the ground floor.

 

500 SANTANA ROW, San Jose:

501,500 SF project consisting of 230,000 SF, 6-story reinforced concrete warm shell office tower and a 270,000 SF, 4-level below grade parking garage accommodating 672 vehicles; project also includes 1,500 SF of retail space.  The skin features a combination of glass curtain wall, glass storefront, wood windows with wood fins, GFRC with punched windows, and exposed concrete

 

JESUIT NOVITIATE ADDITION & CHAPEL, Culver City:

Project consisting of a 2-story, 11-bedroom addition to the existing 22 bedroom dormitory building, as well as complete demolition and rebuild of the site chapel.  The Novitiate portion of the project includes a 4,820 SF 2-story addition consisting of 11 new bedrooms, three new bathrooms, a laundry room and a community room and deck on the second floor.  The chapel portion of the project features a 1,675 SF building consisting of an outdoor patio covered by a wood trellis that opens into the building by a folding-panel door; it will replace the much smaller existing chapel.  The large stained glass window in the existing area is salvaged and re-used in the new chapel.  The site work includes 4,500 SF of new sitework (site concrete & landscaping) to tie the two entrances of the addition and chapel together.

 

SAN ANTONIO VILLAGE NORTH, Mountain View:

Design/build mixed-use project organized into six blocks/buildings.  Blocks 1 and 2 are underlain by a 4-level below grade parking garage totaling 472,000 SF.  Each of the two blocks consists of a 6-story concrete building.  The first floors of the two buildings feature retail/restaurant/commercial space totaling 54,000 SF and floors 2-6 feature office space totaling 451,000 SF.  Blocks 3 and 4 are not included at this time.  Block 5 consists of a large parking garage with 1-level below grade and eight levels above grade totaling 546,900 SF.  The first floor consists of 12,600 SF of retail space.  Block 6 features 19,000 SF of retail/restaurant on the first floor, and a 55,000 SF theater on the second floor.

 

UNIVERSITY PLAZA, East Palo Alto:

Project consisting of a 4-story 206,000 SF concrete Class A office building over concrete podium with 1-story below grade parking.  The project also features a 6-level 193,000 SF parking garage of which 1,500 SF is dedicated retail space with a 2-story bridge that connects the office building to the parking garage.  The office building includes precast brick and glass curtain wall exterior cladding along with a 4-story atrium at the building interior, with three large skylights above.  The parking garage skin features a painted aluminum curtain wall system and painted concrete.

 

NETFLIX BUILDING 1  – TENANT IMPROVEMENT, Los Gatos:

105,000 SF, 3-story tenant improvement consisting of a theater, WiFi shielded chamber, lab workshop space, break rooms, lounge areas including water feature and fireplace, and open office space.  The project features use of both demountable partition system and integrated raised floor system to distribute power and data to the furniture system. The theater consists of a new exterior enclosure for the air handler serving a below-seating supply air plenum.  Strict acoustic and vibration requirements are also specified for the theater and supporting space.  A new interior stairwell and shower rooms were also added as a part of this project.  This project includes a fast track 14 week and phased schedule to accommodate theater design. 

 

3333 SCOTT BLVD. – PHASE 4, PARKING STRUCTURE 2, Santa Clara:

Project consisting of one new three-story parking structure totaling approximately 311,000 SF. Structure type is cast in place concrete and skin includes combination of precast/thinshell, metal paneling/cladding, and curtainwall/storefront systems.   The project will receive a LEED Silver rating. 

 

3333 SCOTT BLVD. – PHASE 3, PARKING STRUCTURE 1, Santa Clara:

Project consisting of one new five-story parking structure totaling approximately 950,000 SF.  Structure features precast concrete beams and columns with poured in place decks, a geo-pier foundation, as well as, provisions for electrical vehicle charges at the roof and ground floor level.  Skin includes combination of precast/thinshell, metal paneling/cladding, and curtainwall/storefront systems.  The project will receive a LEED Silver rating.  

 

3333 SCOTT BLVD. – PHASE 3, BUILDINGS E, F & G, Santa Clara:

Project consisting of three new eight-story steel structures with augercast piles totaling approximately 930,000 SF of warm shell and mixed-use core commercial space.  Skin includes combination of precast/thinshell, metal paneling/cladding, and curtain wall/storefront systems.  Buildings E & F are connected by an enclosed bridge at the 4th floor.  Phase 3 of the project features new site work, layout, including an amphitheater, reclaimed water irrigation system, and new colored concrete and planting throughout.  The project will receive a LEED Silver rating. 

 

3333 SCOTT BLVD. – PHASE 3, BUILDING H, Santa Clara:

Project consisting of one new two-story steel structure totaling approximately 30,000 SF of warm shell for amenity space including a full kitchen/cafeteria and gym with an indoor basketball court.  Skin includes combination of precast/thinshell, metal paneling/cladding, and curtainwall/storefront systems.  The project will receive a LEED Silver rating.

 

3333 SCOTT BLVD. – PHASE 2, BUILDING D, Santa Clara:

Project consisting of one new six-story steel structure with augercast piles totaling approximately 240,880 SF of warm shell and mixed-use core commercial space.  Skin includes combination of precast/thinshell, metal paneling/cladding, and curtain wall/storefront systems.  Phase 2 of the project features new site work, layout, including a reclaimed water irrigation system, and new colored concrete and planting throughout.  The project will receive a LEED Silver rating. 

 

3170 PORTER DRIVE, Palo Alto:

Demolition of existing building with excavation for underground parking, construction of 96,000 SF 2-story office core and shell.   

 

1450 PAGE MILL ROAD, Palo Alto:

78,000 SF R & D building consisting of a 2-story building and 1-story below grade parking garage approximately 42,000 SF.  The building consists of structural steel, metal decking, a combination of terra cotta, glass/glazing, and zinc metal wall panels.  Project also features three walkable balcony areas at level two.