Moscone Center Expansion

In collaboration with the design team, Sherwood worked to incorporate a number of systems that certified the Moscone Center Expansion as San Francisco’s first ever Eco-District project. The project is building community through improving pedestrian access to gardens, and adding over 12,000 SF of new public open space. Future-ready systems were incorporated through capturing rainwater, foundation, water, and steam condensate for reuse as non-potable demands such as Moscone Center toilet flushing & irrigation, along with irrigation for the adjacent Yerba Buena Gardens, street sweeping, and connections for future opportunities throughout the eco-district. These greatly reduced the amount of water flowing into San Francisco’s overtaxed storm sewer system. To further reduce irrigation demands visible ecological systems are being incorporated throughout the project to help use and detain stormwater. Lastly, we enhanced identity by incorporating educational signage to identify these groundbreaking sustainable systems for Moscone visitors and the public.

LocationSan Francisco, California
ClientMoscone Center Expansion & County of San Francisco
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP,
Mark Cavagnero Associates,
Webcor Builders
Size800,000 sqft
StatusCompleted 2018

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