Sustainability, material, materials, View Dynamic Glass, Managed Green, Acuity, LED lights, Madrone Capital, Menlo Park, San Francisco, Milpitas, Oakland

Material Sustainability

Advances in building skin and lighting materials are poised to transform the industry. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2014 By Joe Gose Efforts to create sustainable...
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SFO T3: The Air Up There

SFO brings the latest of amenities to its storied terminals. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2014 By Robert Carlsen Buoyed by positive public and private...
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Bay Area’s Living Labs

Universities and private companies create places to ‘try before you buy.’ THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2014 By Joe Gose California’s mandate that commercial buildings...
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Building Wellness Above All

A new building industry standard takes a more holistic measure of the built environment. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN OCTOBER 2014 By Robert Celaschi A new...
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For Salesforce.com San Francisco is the Amenity

By Neil Gonzales In 2012, the cloud-computing giant Salesforce.com abruptly dropped its plans to build a sprawling campus in Mission Bay along San Francisco’s periphery. The company has never publicly...
Bay Area, tech companies, San Francisco, Visa, Gensler, CoreNet, SPUR, SITELAB Urban Studio, JLL, John Rahaim, infrastructure, design, transportation

San Francisco Growing Tech Companies Present Design, Infrastructure Challenges

By Nancy Amdur As more technology firms head into San Francisco, designers are working to accommodate their unique office needs, while city planners grapple with the infrastructure challenges of housing...
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Valerio Dewalt Train: Casting Shadows

Recently Valerio Dewalt Train Associates has made some big changes, adding a new office in San Francisco and promoting five staff members, including William Turner, who as principal will...

The Cloud Center

Businesses, IT firms refocus on data center expansion projects. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN JULY 2014 By Robert Carlsen While tech giants such as Apple, Facebook...
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Profitable Sustainability

Firms take holistic approach in managing facilities and meeting stricter regulatory requirements. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN JULY 2014 By Robert Carlsen Meeting California's stringent...
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Recent Ruling to Transform Architects’ Liability Cases

By Gregory Korbel and Rosanna Moreno In early July, the California Supreme Court in Beacon Residential Community Association v. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP clarified that architects that serve in the capacity...