The Los Paseos multi-purpose building was the first public school project in the State of California to be LEED certified. Completed in 2005, this building was construction managed by TBI on an aggressive six month time schedule. Its innovative design exceeds title 24 energy requirements by 24%. Today, this beautiful building continues to serve the needs of the school and the community while reducing operating costs and the community’s carbon footprint.
John Miller Architect’s challenging design for the Seton gymnasium in Pleasanton California included inward canted walls which created a series of undulating chevron patterns. The innovative standing seam metal roof panel construction required precision layout to maintain geometric integrity. TBI Construction was the general contractor on this 10,400 sq.ft., self-certified LEED Silver project. The building was completed in 2008 and is a stunning and sustainable project.
Los Altos Hills Government Operations Center is 60% powered by solar energy and has received grants and awards from PG&E, Environment California and the California Energy Commission in recognition of its innovative and sustainable design. Construction was managed by TBI using multiple-prime contracts resulting in on-time, on-budget project.
Portola Valley Town Center is an exercise in reuse and the creation of public civic space. This LEED Platinum project was recognized as one of the 10 most significant green building projects of 2009 by the USGBC. Natural ventilation, daylighting, thermal mass, and exterior shading combined with radiant-floor heating, nighttime cooling systems and three arrays of roof-mounted photovoltaic result in 53 percent less energy use than required by the California energy code.