Swensons Start 2nd Century in Silicon Valley

The South Bay builder sees downtown San Jose at a turning point. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN JANUARY 2014 As a leader of his...

Barbara Carlyle Has the Front Row Seat

Creating natural environments for workplace of the future THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN JANUARY 2014 Barbara Carlyle founded her contract office furniture dealership in...

More Than a Million Plants

The green roof at the California Academy of Sciences still inspires. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By Maria Shao The field wears a...

San Francisco’s Beautiful Utility

San Francisco wants to introduce aesthetics and neighborhood branding into projects that manage rainwater runoff. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By Hayden...

Development Team Nestles New Design into Trio of Hayes Valley Condo Projects

By Hayden Dingman In the second half of the 20th century, San Francisco began to emerge as an important cultural and economic center of the country. It was a time...

San Francisco PUC: Now the Hard Part

The San Francisco PUC promises long life and low cost for its super sustainable $200 million headquarters. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER...

These Walls Can Talk

Buildings get smarter and so do workplaces. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By David Goll In an era of rapid technological progress, is...

Constant Contact’s Productively Clean SoMa Office

By Veronica Dolginko The tech startup Mecca known as South of Market in San Francisco, or SoMa, is known for its open floor plan warehouses and buildings. The many companies...

Factory-Built Homes’ Plug and Play

Manufacturers refine the factory-built home to meet California’s stricter building code. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By Jon Chown Among the stately, traditional homes...

Ground Broken on Tallest San Francisco Mixed-Use Building

By Robert Carlsen Construction has begun on the 54-story 181 Fremont tower at Howard and Fremont streets. One of the major high-rise buildings connecting to the three-block-long Transbay Transit Center...