270 Brannan is certified LEED Platinum, making it one of only 30 buildings in San Francisco to achieve the USGBC’s highest possible rating.
270 Brannan in San Francisco was developed as a core and shell office and was leased to the full-building tenant, Splunk, prior to completion of construction. The 202,103-square-foot commercial building consists of two masses connected by a common core; the south mass is five stories tall and the north mass is seven stories tall, five of which will be above existing grade. The partial basement, under the south mass portion of the building, provides vehicular and bicycle parking, shower facilities and delivery truck parking.
We provided sustainability services to Pfau Long Architects for the building's sustainability program, which completed in 2016.
- The building's design integrates a rainwater harvesting feature of an inverted canopy roof that directs the rainwater into a decorative pool at end of the courtyard before it is sent on to a non-potable water treatment system for future use in irrigation and toilet flushing.
- The project earned all possible LEED points for water efficiency.
- Additional green building features include a rooftop solar photovoltaic system and numerous other energy conservation measures and water conservation measures.
- The project is certified LEED Platinum, making it one of only 30 buildings in the city to achieve the USGBC’s highest possible rating.
- We facilitated the LEED certification process including coordinating with the owner and the design team, providing technical guidance, managing the LEED Online documentation, and managing quality assurance related to the LEED process.