Stanford in Redwood City

In 2013, Redwood City approved Stanford University’s ambitious proposal to develop a 35-acre satellite campus seven miles from Palo Alto. Over the next 30 years, 13 buildings totaling 1.5 million square feet will be developed for administrative offices, research and development, and medical clinic space. The Master Plan includes a day care center, fitness center, restaurants, courtyards, green space and a central unifying plaza. Among other public benefits, Stanford will provide entrepreneurial boot camps and management training programs for Redwood City staff and residents.

Teton County Courthouse

According to the Teton County Internal Sustainability Strategy's Baseline Sustainability Inventory Report, Teton County buildings currently contribute more than 70% of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from County operations. The second recommended action from the Strategy's Implementation Plan was to conduct energy audits for the Teton County Recreation Center and Teton County Courthouse, which are the two highest energy-using County facilities.

Monterey Market

A North Berkeley institution founded in 1961, Monterey Market is a two-generation, family-run market that supports local farmers and the community, providing fresh in-season organic produce along with other staples. Built in the 1940s, the Monterey Market building had undergone minimal improvements over the decades.

Beckstoffer Vineyard Office

Having outgrown their converted Victorian house, Beckstoffer Vineyard was in need of a proper office building for their staff and vineyard field managers. Their new office building will provide the Old West aesthetic they love while being super-efficient. With a Cool Roof, deeply shaded windows and continuous exterior insulation, the building will require very little energy to heat or cool. Beyond Efficiency provided envelope systems advising, energy modeling, and HVAC design services for the project.

1701 Page Mill Road

A gateway to the Stanford Research Park, 1701 Page Mill Road is Stanford Real Estate's latest research and development campus that has been selected by biotech firm and medical device maker Theranos for its new headquarters. The new building is two stories with below grade parking and is situated around a collaborative courtyard. 

412 Olive Office Development

Previously a sheet metal workshop and office, this building is getting a complete makeover and major addition. The future office development is expected to be the first non-residential Passive House building in California and the first in Palo Alto to harvest rainwater for toilet flushing.

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