The LEED Gold 1Tenth project, formerly 875 Stevenson St., shares a block in San Francisco’s resurgent Mid-Market area with the adjoining historic 1355 Market Street building; together the two buildings comprise the Market Square revitalization effort.
The website-building start-up Weebly moved in January into its San Francisco headquarters inside a renovated 36,000-sq-ft warehouse on the site of the 1890 production facility for the state’s second-oldest winery, Gundlach Bundschu.
A gateway to the Anaheim medical campus, the 16,500-sq-ft radiation-therapy building offers a calming environment to cancer patients through its unique shape, exposure to natural light, interior layout and materials.
Named after former lab director and U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, the three-story, 40,000-sq-ft laboratory at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) develops energy from sunlight using nanoscale photovoltaic and electrochemical solar energy systems.
The $30-million project included a NCAA basketball gymnasium, multipurpose wellness and physical therapy rooms, an office suite and an outdoor Olympic-size pool with future wave-generation capacity for survival courses required of all cadets.
The $380-million project at Stanford University includes high-efficiency new-building standards and improvements to existing buildings, a high-voltage substation, state-of-the-art solar arrays and a new central energy facility (CUP) that incorporates the largest heat-recovery chillers ever installed in the U.S., according to the project team.