These two buildings are 3-story each, framed in structural steel with combination of lab and office space. 901 and 951 Gateway buildings are 110,000 sf and 60,000 sf each respectively and are connected with a bridge link. The facilities include rack storage, cleaning room, invitro and invivo labs, surgery, cold rooms, holding rooms, bio chem labs and a robotics lab. The roof level contains a high density of mechanical equipment on elevated steel platforms and a penthouse.
Architect: Dowler Gruman
Contractor: South Bay Construction
A 2-story office building with 185,000 sf area and underground parking for 160 vehicles in approximately 60,000 sf is provided below the building. The building features a domed, 2-story entryway, a central atrium, and eight wings. The project was designed for a special Hewlett Packard seismic design level that provides better performance than a building that would be designed to meet the minimum code level forces. This project was delivered via Design/Build.
A 5-story biosciences research and office building of 165,000 sf. Each 30,000 square foot floor is easily demised to accommodate 2 tenants. Floor to floor height is 16 feet that provides ample room for air, exhaust, electrical and plumbing systems on each level.
Architect: Dowler-Gruman Architects
Contractor: Turner Construction
Developer: Alexandria Real Estate Equities
Pictured here is the first of four buildings in the new Stanford Engineering Quad: the Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building. This new 166,000 sf interdisciplinary research and teaching facility will soon be followed by two more buildings, the new School of Engineering Building and the Nano Center.
Contractor: Hathaway Dinwiddie
This project was originally designed for Alza Corporate Headquarters and the construction was completed in 1999. It has three 4-story buildings, 370,000 sf. above one level garage podium of 360,000 sf. accommodating 1,168 vehicles. The buildings are connected by elevated, enclosed pedestrian bridges. The towers are steel-framed and the podium is reinforced concrete.
Architect: Hoover Associates
Contractor: Vance Brown