Capital Projects

Whether it’s a new building entry, a common corridor or a new fire alarm panel, capital projects are undertaken with the long term goal of increasing the value and performance of your building asset. When we partner with our clients on capital projects, that goal is foremost on our minds.

We take budgets, schedules and coordination with your building operations into consideration when we partner with you on your capital projects. Following these principles, we have successfully completed new building entries, lobbies, corridors, escalator and elevator modifications, MEP upgrades and building rehab.

Our Mission Statement

We will provide the highest quality construction experience to our clients, subcontractors, suppliers and employees.



Four Embarcadero Center   New steel and glass façade with new canopy at Clay Street entry of 4 Embarcadero Center.

Project Summary:
In addition to the new steel and glass façade with canopy, we upgraded the ground floor and lobby level finishes in the three-story atrium and public corridors.  This project also included a new tile floor with an intricate stone pattern, clad concrete cast walls with lightweight stone panels, and a lighting and signage replacement that incorporated LED back-lit panels.

Overview:
We maintained building access from Clay Street during construction. This project also included structural demolition and rebuild, while we  coordinated building entry with  operating retail tenants.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area
Architect Status
Four Embarcadero Center 18 weeks 7,450 sq ft Gensler Architects Complete

The Plaza at Walnut Creek   ADA Restroom Remodel

Project Summary: 
Full demolition and reconstruction of ten feature restrooms with high end finishes, including new toilets, urinals, lavoratories, ceramic tile floors and walls with accent glass, textured wall covering, custom stained maple wood louver doors, Giallo Crystal onyx stone counter tops and Sistemalux Flambo custom wall sconces. We achieved  ADA compliance  in this early 1980s  building without eliminating fixtures.

Overview:
Two-phase project with multiple long lead items in a fully occupied Class-A building. Meeting ADA compliance without eliminating fixtures.

Project Data
Client

Duration Area
Architect Status
The Plaza at Walnut Creek 10 weeks 503 sq ft (x2 per floor) AAI Complete

450 Sansome Lobby    Lobby Remodel

Project Summary:  
Peacock Construction in unison with Korth Sunseri Hagey Architecture transformed the main lobby by installing a new custom Tai Ping Rug from China, Exotic Pear Wood Clear Fumed paneling capturing the elevator bank, lockable surface mounted modern art titled "San Francisco" by Rosemary Pierce above the one of a kind "Unite Two Design" Tree Log bench. A few functional items were modified to properly show case the focus points, including white blind doors with hidden hardware barely noticeable at the rear of the lobby, new energy efficient LED lighting in the floating soffit, and a drop soffit separating the elevator bank from the open lobby. This work was carefully scheduled to accommodate the fully occupied building while maintaining a minimum of disruption to the client.

Overview:
Wood Veneer Paneling / Repairs to Floating Ceiling in occupied space. Exotic Pear Wood, Tai Ping inset Rug, Blind Doors, Custom Artwork installations

Project Data
Client Duration Architect
450 Sansome Lobby 5 months Korth Sunseri Hagey Architects

590 YVR Associates LLC    Exterior and Interior Remodel

Project Summary:
We installed a new three-story glass curtain wall, second- floor glass hand-rail, waterproof decking and parapet wall and flashing in the space. This project also featured new first-floor perimeter windows and re-waterproofing of existing façade with thin brick and flashing at each window, new perimeter base flashing throughout entire building, lath & plaster patching of existing exterior facade on four elevations, as well as new elastomeric coating and 166 new exterior windows at the second and third floors.

We installed two new 20-ton HVAC mechanical units on the roof, performed ADA upgrades to all interior restrooms and four new ADA restrooms , installed new interior corridor finishes, including carpet, paint, electrical remodel and new corridor and building standard door openings

The scope of this project also included remodelled parking garage lighting and a new security system.  

Overview:
We were required to encroach onto main access points of Ygnacio Valley Road and North Broadway Street in Walnut Creek, manage traffic control, use scaffolding and swing gate of building. We also waterproofed an existing building that had a dilapidated façade, and leaking windows and flashings.  

Project Data
Client

Duration Area
Architect

Status
590 YVR Associates LLC 30 weeks 44,435 sq ft Studio Benavente Architects Complete