The new facility includes 24 courtrooms and 32 justice chambers. Herrick was responsible for designing the temporary shoring system that supported “the cube” during construction. The building is designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification, due to such innovations as the serrated facade, which maximizes views from the interior and cuts down on up to 50% of heat generated from solar rays.
The 43-story high-rise is located adjacent the Transbay Terminal and City Park in San Francisco. This location provides tenants with immediate proximity to all forms of public transportation and amenities that support 24-hour work and life synergy. With 14 exclusive sky decks and over 50,000 square feet of outdoor and open space, Park Tower offers the ultimate user experience. The building is scheduled to be completed in 2018 and is designed to achieve LEED Gold...
This 424,000 square foot four-story building is the new terminal for international arrivals. The $1.27 billion project, dubbed “The Big Build”, was the largest capital improvement program in the history of Sacramento County. The design allows natural light to stream through a weave of structural steel, recreating the canopy effect common along Sacramento's tree-lined streets. The building is designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification.
The 824,000 square foot facility will dramatically increase capacity on the Stanford University Medical Campus. It also enables Stanford to house additional medical technology, meet updated seismic-safety requirements, and enhance patient care. Located on the Stanford University Medical Center campus and adjacent to the site of the current Adult Stanford Hospital, the facility features a flexible pavilion design with 368 patient rooms housing 600 patient beds.