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Moffett Park, Sunnyvale

Client: DES, Jay Paul Company Completed; 2015   Moffett Park consists of two new structures – a new office building and a new parking garage structure, within the Moffett Park office complex situated on a 26.56-acre site in Sunnyvale, California. The property is bound by 11th Avenue to the north, Innovation Drive to the east, West Moffett Drive to the south, and abuts the neighboring property to the west.   The existing office park has four office buildings arranged in a pinwheel pattern around a central court, and a parking structure at the northeast corner of the site. All four.

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Moffett Gateway, Sunnyvale

Client: DES, Jay Paul Company Completed; 2017   Targeting Leed Gold Certification, Moffett Gateway consists of two 7-story buildings totaling 264,607 GSF each with identical footprints to be built on 15.53 acres. An additional building will encompass a 675-car on 2.5 levels and 1 top level for amenities. Surface parking will host 1,129 cars. An amenity building, one-story of 12,000 GSF will be located on the top level of the garage. MCA provided waterproofing peer review consultation.

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Moffett Place, Sunnyvale

Client: DES, Jay Paul Company Completed; 2017                     Designed to achieve LEED Gold Certification, the Moffett Place Development consists of six new eight-story office building structures, one amenities building, and two parking structures (Google Campus). MCA provided architectural peer review for the Architect.

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399 Fremont Street, San Francisco

Client: UDR, Inc. Completed; 2016   MCA provided waterproofing consultation for and exterior enclosing wall peer review and roofing/waterproofing peer review for a major urban infill, Type I, 42-story residential tower with above- and below-grade parking, and fronted by 9 floors of residential apartments.   The tower is a post-tensioned concrete frame structure clad with and aluminum and glass curtain wall. The podium contains 238 stalls of parking and its top floors will house the development’s common amenity spaces that include a swimming pool, day spa, and a landscaped outdoor terrace.

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1075 Market Street, San Francisco

Client: Encore Funds Completed; 2015     1075 Market Street consists of eight stories plus a basement level on Market Street between 6th and 7th Streets. The project spans the depth of the block and meets Stevenson Street at the rear. The project contains ninety condominium units within the new building, restaurant and retail space on the Ground Floor, and parking and storage space in the basement level. A central courtyard is located at the Second Floor podium above the restaurant and retail spaces, and a landscaped terrace is located on the main roof level. The building is a Type I.

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101 Polk Street, San Francisco

Service: Third-Party Independent Observer Client: Emerald Polk LLC – Owner Completed; 2013 101 Polk Street is a thirteen-story new construction that consists of 162-unit residential building with 51 below-grade parking spaces and a roof terrace. MCA provided services as a Certified Independent Observer during the installation of all below-grade waterproofing being installed at the project.

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Mission Bay Block 7, San Francisco

Client: David Baker Architects Completed; 02/2017 Mission Bay Block 7 West is a development that includes 200 affordable live/work lofts. The development consists of three buildings that are three to four stories high, atop a reinforced concrete podium with ground level parking. The project is bound by China Basin Street to the North, 4th Street to the West, and Mission Bay Boulevard North to the South. Approximately 10,000sf of retail/commercial space is located on the Ground Floor fronting 4th Street. MCA provided Construction Documents and Construction Administration services for this project.

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333 Brannan Street, San Francisco

Client: William McDonough + Partners Completed; 2015 Designed to achieve LEED Platinum Certification and blend in with an existing brick warehouse of the South End Historic District of San Francisco, 333 Brannan consists of a five-story office building over a two-level structure containing a partially below-grade terrace level and a below-grade parking garage. The building includes street-level retail and two courtyards. MCA provided waterproofing consultation and construction monitoring services, including third-party observation of the below-grade waterproofing system installation, as well as field quality control water testing of installed fenestration systems.

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One Rincon Hill, San Francisco

Client: Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) Completed; 2008 Containing two slender towers rising 741 feet with a “footprint” of only 9,800-square feet, One Rincon Hill is the first building in the US to have a liquid tuned mass damper. It is designed to reduce sway from earthquakes and powerful Pacific winds. As the wind moves the building one way, water in two tanks atop the building rolls in the opposite direction, reducing the building’s motion. Together, the towers have a total of 731,000-square feet The West Tower is 55 stories high and contains 368 units, and the East Tower is 45.

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2121 Third Street, San Francisco

Client: Mill Creek Residential Trust (MCRT) Completed; 08/2014  Designed to achieve LEED-H mid-rise designation, 2121 Third Street is an eight-story structural concrete building consisting of 105 apartment units, one-level of below-grade parking with car stackers to host 52 cars, and a rooftop outdoor space. The structural concrete building has gauge steel studs, and 900 drill displacement columns are being used to stabilize the site, which has a water table ten feet below the ground floor. The project included extensive shoring, underpinning, and wood lagging. MCA provided construction monitoring services and waterproofing consolation, including peer review of below-grade systems and rooftop.

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