1700 Dell Ave

This 4-story office of 160,000 sf integrates historic materials native to the historic city of Campbell, CA.  The office fronts Dell Ave to define the street and has a massing that steps down to create a pedestrian scale.  A mix of historic materials including brick, corrugated metal and wood is crafted in a very clean and contemporary style that results in a building like no other in Silicon Valley.  The site includes surface parking and a 5-story concrete parking garage that shares similar elements

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Lawrence Station

Lawrence Station

 

Lawrence Station

Santa Clara, CA

Developer:  Lennar Commercial
Contractor:  San Jose Construction
Team:  JMH Weiss, Verde Design

Phase two of a two building campus:  Five story class A office building anchoring the corner of Lawrence Expressway and Keifer Road.  Area includes 200,000 sf and a 7,000 sf roof garden.  

Project Features

  • 200,000 sf, 5-story class A office campus

  • Roof Garden

  • Cantilevered Floors

  • Materials palette: metal panels, simulated wood and curtain wall

  • Parking structure serving both buildings with 1,000 cars.

  • PROJECT SERVICES

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture
  • Site Amenities landscape elements

 

675 Almanor

675 Almanor

675 Almanor 

Peery Park, Sunnyvale, CA

  • http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/03/22/sunnyvales-peery-park-could-see-new-office-building-with-public-outdoor-space/

  • http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/07/26/big-changes-proposed-for-macys-in-downtown-sunnyvale/

  • Five story, 165,000 sf office new class A office

  • Project Features:

  • Roof Decks

  • Materials palette includes metal panels, wood, and curtain-wall

  • Four story parking structure for 300 cars with subterranean level

  • Retail component - 2,500 square feet of retail

  • demolition of an existing 60,332-square-foot building at 675 Almanor Ave. that was built in 1986

  • Public recreation area on Almanor Avenue with exercise equipment and a rock garden

  • Redwood trees on site will be preserved and native plants will be used landscaping

PROJECT SERVICES

  • Master Planning

  • Architecture

 

2600 El Camino

2600 El Camino

Stanford Research Park, Palo Alto, CA

 

  • New construction -70,000 sf, 4-story office

  • Located in Stanford Research Park

  • Fronting El Camino with outdoor amenity spaces on a variety of levels

  • comprised of limestone wall panels and a sculptural metal panel form that cantilevers toward the main street and entry

  • Re-use of underground garage

 

PROJECT SERVICES

  • Master Planning

  • Architecture

  • Market repositioning

Cupertino Landing

Cupertino Landing

Cupertino, CA

Year Completed: 2006
Developer: Sandhill Property Company
Client: Sandhill Property Company
Tenant: Apple
Contractor: Taisei Construction
Team: KPFF

The first certified LEED Silver building in Cupertino is nestled within a grove of Redwood trees and includes a 60,000 sf, 3-story office and parking structure. The contemporary style combines a palette of flat and profiled GFRC panels, curtain wall and punched windows. An upper level projection among existing redwood trees is evocative of a tree house and accentuates the main street entry.

Project Features

  • master planned 60,000 sf Class-A office currently occupied by Apple

  • three-story construction with GFRC panels fronting De Anza

  • four-story garage structure serving 250 cars, half below grade

  • first LEED Silver CS Certified project in Cupertino

  • many redwood trees maintained on-site

  • located at a prominent Silicon Valley intersection of De Anza Blvd and Mariani

Project Services

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture

 

Synopsys Headquarters

Synopsys Headquarters

Mountain View, CA

Year Completed: 2014
Developer: Dostart Development
Client: Dostart Development
Tenant: Synopsys
Contractor: Devcon Construction
Team: Devcon Construction Nishkian/Menninger, Guzzardo Partnership, Kier/Wright

Two five story buildings create this 340,000 sf office campus that is sited to maximize freeway visibility along Hwy 237 while forming an intimate green space that preserved a cluster of existing redwood trees. An arc of GFRC panels inter-laced with glass curtain wall unifies the buildings and creates a gateway to a central plaza and pavilion. The project achieved LEED Gold certification.

Project Features

  • 340,000 sf Class A corporate office campus

  • two five-story buildings

  • located at intersection of Middlefield & Hwy 237

  • 15.6 acre development

  • LEED CS Gold Certified

  • maximized freeway visibility

  • existing redwood tree cluster preserved, forming an intimate green space

  • arc of GFRC panels inter-laced with glass curtain wall unifying the buildings and creating a gateway to a central plaza and pavillion.

PROJECT SERVICES

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture

University Palms

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University Palms

East Palo Alto, CA

Developer: TMG Partners
Client: TMG Partners
Contractor: Devcon Construction
Team: Nishkian/Menninger, BKF

Mixed-use development located along Hwy 101 at University Avenue including two buildings around a central plaza. Buildings are 5-story and 4-story structures including 185,000 sf of office, 26,000 sf of retail and structured parking for 660 stalls. Materials include stone, precast and curtain wall systems. The project was designed to convey a timeless and institutional image.

  • 185,000 sf Class A office campus

  • Mixed use with 26,000 sf retail

  • Two buildings, 4 and 5-storys around a central plaza, designed to convey a timeless and institutional image.

  • Structured parking tucked behind retail serving 660 cars

  • Located at Hwy 101 and University Ave

  • Materials include stone, precast and curtain wall systems

PROJECT SERVICES

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture

Castro Station

Castro Station

Mountain View, CA

Year Completed: 2014
Developer: PSAI Realty
Client: PSAI Realty
Contractor: Devcon Construction
Team: Nishkian/Chamberlain, Reed Associates, Steve Nakashima

Project Features

  • 3-story office between two existing offices on-site and adjacent to Caltrain on Evellyn Ave.

  • 3-story underground garage below serving 250 cars

  • 50,000 sf office space

  • Contemporary design relates to traditional adjacent buildings with industrial/rural vernacular

  • Animated street frontage with multiple entries

  • LEED Gold Certification in process

Project Services

  • Master Planning

  • Architecture

450 National


450 National

Mountain View, CA

PROJECT FEATURES

35,000 sf exterior + interior renovation of existing 1-story concrete tilt-up.

Expansion of existing windows and additional new windows

Grand entry canopy added with entry court and employee amenity space

Added stucco facing with reveals all around

Interior demolition of existing offices and existing restroom upgrade

Exposed wood ceiling maintained throughout

 

 

 

Java Metro Center

Java Metro Center

Sunnyvale, CA

Year Completed: 2007
Developer: Exterra Realty/SCM Properties
Client: Exterra Realty/SCM Properties
Contractor: Wentz Construction
Team: Louie International, Reed Association, JMH Weiss

This 400,000 sf office campus includes a corner 5-story building anchoring the main intersection, two 4-story buildings flanking either side and two parking structures accommodating 500 cars. Buildings are arranged around a land-scaped court with amphitheater and sport activity areas. Facades integrate precast, curtain wall and punched windows with aluminum sun-shades and visors accenting key locations. Designed for LEED Silver Certification.

Project Features

  • 400,000 sf Class A corporate office campus

  • Two ,4-story buildings around a central 5-story corner building

  • 5-Level parking structure serving 500 cars

  • 13-acre development

  • LEED Silver

  • Central landscape court defined by structures

  • Amenity areas with outdoor lounge, sports and amphitheater seating

  • Facades integrate precast, curtain wall and punched windows with aluminum sunshades and visors accenting key locations.

  • Incorporated signature sculpture by Guy Dill

Project Services

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture

Alza Plaza

Alza Plaza

Mountain View, CA

Designed by Clifford Chang as Principal Designer for architect of record Hoover  Assoc.

Year Completed: 2003
Developer: Peery/Arillaga
Client: Alza/Peery/Arillaga
Tenant: Google
Contractor: Vance Brown
Team: Middlebrook/Louie, EDAW

This three building campus, located adjacent to the Shoreline Amphitheater, is a consolidation of Alza’s separate facilities. The three 4-story buildings encompass 540,000 sf and are arranged in a pin-wheel configuration around a central court and connected by bridges. The exteriors are a combination of precast with brick veneer cladding, punched windows, and curtain wall. A 1,000 car garage sits below podium with extensive landscaping and a water feature above.

project features:

  • 540,000 sf Class A corporate office campus located adjacent to the Shoreline Amphitheater
  • Currently occupied by top tier Google executives including Larry Page

  • Three 4-story buildings arranged in a pin-wheel configuration around a central court, over garage

  • 1-level garage podium serving 1,000 cars

  • Landscaped podium with palm trees and central fountain

  • Brick precast panels

  • Buildings connected by overhead glass bridges

Project Services:

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture

Trapac Terminal Berth 30

Trapac Terminal Berth 30

Oakland, CA

Designed by Clifford Chang for architect of record Jordan Woodman Dobson

Year Completed: 1995
Client: Port of Oakland
Tenant: Trapac
Contractor: Obayashi Construction
Team: Jordan Woodman Docson, McCracken Woodman

Operations and office facility located at the Port of Oakland including 30,000 sf of administration space, control rooms, maintenance facility, and Marine Operations building. This project received a 1995 National AIA Award and has been published in major national and international magazines including Architecture Magazine and Architectural Review

Project Features

  • 30,000 sf marine operations complex consisting of:  control rooms, administrative offices, maintenance facility and container handling.
  • received a 1995 National AIA Award
  • published in numerous major magazines including: Architecture Magazine and Architectural Review

Project Services

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture
  • Interiors

University Circle

University Circle

East Palo Alto, CA

Designed by Clifford Chang as Principal Designer for architect of record Hoover  Assoc.

Developer: SRM, Vintage Properties, Law Associates
Client: SRM, Vintage Properties, Law Associates
Tenant: Law firms
Contractor: Devcon Construction
Team: Middlebrook/Louie, Randall Planning, BKF 

  • Mixed-use development includes 480,000 sf, Class A corporate office campus (formerly Whisky-Gulch)

  • Three six-story buildings arranged around a central court

  • 15,000 sf retail and 240 room hotel incorporated

  • Underground garage serving 1,200 cars

  • Above-grade garage serving 400 cars

  • Located at Hwy 101 and University Ave

  • Landscaped podium above with central water fountain

  • Limestone and granite panels on precast skin

  • LEED Gold CS Certification

  • Entitlements included city processes with East Palo Alto, Palo Alto and Menlo Park

PROJECT SERVICES:

  • Master Planning
  • Architecture
  • Interiors