Times change, and so do the needs of your buildings and structures. Reimaging and reusing an existing building for new purposes creates opportunities for owners, supports sustainability and conservation efforts, and preserves historically significant assets. When you’re ready to explore options for your space, our construction experts will provide a thorough review, and work with you to craft an adaptive reuse program that aligns with your desired goals, design, and budget. This includes assessing the benefits of reuse, surveying existing conditions, informing you on potential zoning and permitting challenges, consulting with architects and engineers, and presenting you with detailed preconstruction budgets.
By getting involved early on, we help you to better evaluate your options before investing, ensuring that you experience a smoother, more predictable construction process.
- Commercial Building Conversion
- Historic Building Modernization
- Restaurant Conversion
- Warehouse Conversion
Abandoned post office transformed into 1st women-led food hall in US: La Cocina Municipal Marketplace
Commercial Kitchen, Food Kiosks & Dining Area
San Francisco Space Inspires, Educates Under-resourced Students
The generous contributions from consultants, subcontractors and suppliers for the build of 826 Valencia's new writing center in the Tenderloin amounted to nearly $2 million.
Ready for More
A historic San Francisco building constructed after the Big One in 1906 is modernized and reinforced for the next chapter in its life--and better equipped for future seismic events.
Education Award: 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center, San Francisco | Interiors Awards
SERVE: Where We Meet Merit: 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center, San Francisco | Honor Awards
Special Commendation, Social Responsibility: 826 Valencia Tenderloin Center, San Francisco | Design Awards
Award of Merit: The Battery, San Francisco | Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards
PLAY Merit: The Battery, San Francisco | Honor Awards
What’s Inside La Cocina’s Long-Awaited Marketplace, Opening April 5
Eater San Francisco