COMMERCIAL OFFICE PROJECTS
Square Footage: 30,000
Value: $2 Million
Role: General Contractor Client: CallSocket, LLC
Runway is a 30,000 square foot start-up incubator space hosting a number of different technology companies and related businesses in Market Square (what is now known as the “Twitter Building”) in downtown San Francisco.
F|M|E Architecture + Design created an open plan, retaining the industrial concrete floors throughout the entire length of the space, hence the name Runway.
The space features open ceilings with minimal walls throughout, an all glass conference-room, soundproof phone rooms, a large open meeting area, break room & lounge area, and a unique LED-lit Igloo meeting space.
SQUARE FOOTAGE: 12,000
Autodesk Pier 9 is a combination industrial workshop and office space for Autodesk’s Consumer Group. Lundberg Design designed a state of the art workshop including a metal shop, wood shop, CNC shop, 3D printing and laser cutting, along with a space for the Autodesk company “Instructables.” The space was designed to fit into the industrial historic character of the former cargo shed, which is part of the Embarcadero National Register Historic District.
Square Footage: 110,000
Value: $50 million
Role: Development & Construction Management
One Kearny is a 110,000 square foot Class A historic office building in downtown San Francisco developed by the Fang Family. The original building, the Mutual Bank Building, was built in 1902 and survived the 1906 earthquake. In 1964, American architect Charles Moore designed a post-modern addition to the original structure. The 2009 addition designed by Chuck Bloszies included a new building addition and full seismic upgrade and renovation of the entire structure. The project qualified for Federal Historic Preservation Tax Credits as the renovation was consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation. The San Francisco Chronicle’s John King said that the renovation of One Kearny has “…a spirit, a quiet pride in putting well-crafted materials to use.” The upper floors are full floor tenant or multi-tenant office space; the rooftop is a special event space; and the basement, ground floor and second floor office retail and restaurant opportunities.
Square Footage: 27,000
Construction of a 30,000 office tenant improvement for Solar City’s San Francisco office at 444 De Haro Street. Construction included glass-front conference rooms constructed at the core and perimeter of the space, a large boardroom complete with a floating specialty acoustic ceiling, as well as an oversized breakroom with repurposed wood finishes, and new shower and locker rooms. The complete open plan/bench seating configuration, as designed by Charles Blank Architecture, provide for maximum occupancy within the space with exposed ceiling keeping it feeling spacious throughout.
RODAN + FIELDS
Square Footage: 10,000
Role: General Contractor
Founded by Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields, Rodan + Fields is a leading skincare company with their headquarters located in the heart of the financial district in San Francisco, CA. Rodan + Fields, along with Charles Blank Architecture, quickly pulled together a finely detailed and high-end new office concept when the opportunity to expand their half of the building into the 8th and 9th floors came up. The new office is complete with perimeter private offices, a conference room, scrum areas, and an open office throughout the core of the floors. Unique elements such as stadium seating and a fake lawn in one corner for group meetings, San Francisco “Painted Ladies” inspired custom cubicles, and recycled scaffold planks to clad an open break room were just a few of the highlights of the design and construction.
Square Footage: 136 Units (including 16 Below Market Rate Units)
Value: $100 million
Role: Development Management
Watermark is a 136 luxury waterfront condominium development on SWL 330 developed by San Francisco Cruise Terminal, LLC a joint venture of Lend Lease Corporation and the Port of Singapore. Paul Osmundson was the Managing Representative for San Francisco Cruise Terminal and the Director of Development. He oversaw the construction, marketing, final permitting, sales and close out of the project, which generated over $130 million in sales.