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San Francisco, CA

BCCI completed the renovation of a three-story, one-hundred-year-old brick and timber building with a first-floor mezzanine. The building was repositioned to accommodate both retail and office tenants. BCCI utilized a reverse engineering approach, designing to the developer’s pre-set budget and taking into consideration code requirements to best position the property for asset return. BCCI provided turn-key design-build services, including construction management, project management, architectural, and general contractor services.

The existing Bryant Street exterior façade was removed to expose the original masonry brick elevation, and new storefront windows were installed at all four ground floor elevations. The structures renovation includes a new elevator, interior stairs, roof access stairs, mechanical shafts, ADA compliant restrooms on each floor, heating and ventilation systems, electrical systems, rear patio, landscaping, and parking lot. Additionally, BCCI completed the tenant build-outs for all of the tenant improvements in the building.

Architect: BCCI
Project Size: 35,300 sf
Date Completed: April 2014