Moscone Convention Center Expansion
The Moscone Convention Center Expansion project will add over 350,000 square feet of additional above-grade space in a three-story convention center building and includes a ballroom, meeting rooms, mechanical and storage areas, a basement-level exhibition space, a reconfigured loading area, and a pedestrian bridge to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
San Francisco Public Works and SF Travel Association have come together with lofty goals of achieving LEED NC v3.0 Platinum Certification. Beyond the LEED goals, the project is designed to go above and beyond by designing to Net Zero Water by using the operational water as a source for all toilet flushing, irrigation for the site and Yerba Buena Garden, as well as support the city’s street cleaning efforts by creating an inner city refill station.
This municipal project also requires additional green material requirements set by the SF Department of the Environment, including but not limited to no PVC products within the building.
Our team of LEED Consultants has been working very closely with GBCI review team, as this project has been declared the most complicated LEED Project Boundary to date that has gone through the certification process. Our team prides itself on complicated projects and finding solutions and managing the team to make the process more simple and clear.