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543 Howard Street

San Francisco’s First LEED Registered Office Building

San Francisco’s First LEED Registered Office Building

Use of the existing maple wood floors and exposed concrete beams and columns meets the goal of maximum materials reuse while preserving the space’s natural beauty. Recycled heavy timbers and flooring, non-toxic finishes and materials with high-recycled content further enhance the original architectural character in an environmentally friendly manner. Energy conscious features, passive solar design, sun shading, clean energy emergency generators have been incorporated in the design.

A large operable skylight provides daylight and fresh air to office interiors. Access to the building’s large rooftop provides an open, sunny area with views of San Francisco.

Seismic and ADA upgrades are to be complete along with structural reinforcement and the addition of full fire prevention, electrical, and energy efficient mechanical ventilation systems.

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