66,000 SF design-build tenant improvement for Continental’s new R&D space in San Jose. The project also includes a 6,500 SF garage for vehicles (VDL). The garage build-out included installing multiple in-ground car lifts capable of supporting 10,000 lbs. Overall, the project consisted of private offices, conference rooms, a breakroom, private showers, fitness center, new core restrooms, raised access flooring, and a Customer Experience Center.
38,000 square feet of an existing infrastructure to accommodate for new furniture. NOVO coordinated the relocation and implementation of new and existing AV system and data per the new space. A new break area, clothing racks, open work area and high end finishes were included in the project.
75,000 SF law office tenant improvement project across 3 buildings with 2 floors in each. All work was done in occupied space including a state of the art client facing conference center with modern AV and interactive touch screen technology. Then, in the reception space is welcoming with the bold introduction of multicolored lighting and all organic fabrics against warm oak flooring. The communal break rooms offer law libraries and a full service espresso bar. The private office challenge of old meeting new was successful in Gensler's adaptation of Morrison Foerster’s original and reused furniture concept. Each office received new finishes and lighting, giving the rooms a modern spin around timeless pieces. The campus was finished off with all new landscaping complete with a fountain, succulent garden and all new trees.
45,000 SF tenant improvement consisting of a reception area, break rooms, and sanctuary spaces. The office is open floor plan with high end finishes and lighting throughout the space.
100,000 SF, four-floor project that included design and construction of new office space for Pinterest at 651 Brannan. The space was built out primarily as an open workspace that included general office area and product development functions. Included in the construction was workshop area, all-hands space, and a full service kitchen.
Considerable base building improvement was done during construction as well. An existing atrium was opened and a new interconnecting staircase was built between all four floors.
This project was recognized with a 2016 American Architecture Prize in the Workspace category. More information on the award and the project can be viewed here.
Tenant improvement for a two story, 96,000 SF building for business, research and development. Improvements include construction of new interior partitions (mix of full height and partial height), new acoustic and gyp board ceilings, associated mechanical, plumbing and electrical changes with pre-action fire sprinkler system, fabrication and installation of new millwork, a 1,200 SF food prep and wash area, new restrooms w/shower area and improved landscaping.
200,000 SF phased full remodel tenant improvement. Eight total floors between two adjacent buildings. The project will be completed in three to four phases to meet the client’s needs in order to meet global corporate separation of Symantec / Veritas. Significant value engineering exercises were required to stay on budget while maintaining client expectations. First phase includes five floors (~100,000 SF) including “vertical hub” area with new communicating stair / atrium. Significant slab and steel demo and structural upgrades to support “vertical hub” area. Upgrades main HVAC shafts, ducting and fire smoke dampers. Remaining phases include additional office spaces, amenities areas and executive briefing center. Project is one of the first in the Bay Area seeking Well Building Certification.
17,000 SF of Tenant Improvement. Phase 1 included construction of offices and conference rooms. In between phase 1 and 2 two escalators were removed from the exisiting office space. Phase 2 included construction of test kitchens, auditorium, and other specialty areas. Design by RMW Architecture and Interiors. Photos By Jasper Sanidad.
50,000 SF project over two floors, including shared common amenities including break areas, conference rooms and focus spaces used by Malwarebytes staff. The project also included meeting rooms, a full service kitchen, all-hands meeting space, break/pantry areas, lounge spaces, and other special use areas including a large interconnected stairway. The primary goal was to provide Malwarebytes a new facility to meet its expanding needs in a design commensurate with their image.
334,000 SF of Tenant Improvement in two separate buildings totaling 10 floors. The scope of work included, pre-construction, MEP design-build, demolition, new construction, finishes, carpentry, and extensive on-site supervision. Included in the scope was a full service cafeteria, conference rooms, meeting areas, and an open floor plan office space.
NOVO has been working with Cisco since 2008 on projects ranging from owner-designed tenant improvements to a fully-commissioned Enterprise Data Center.
With our proactive team approach, NOVO and Cisco have continued to develop a collaborative relationship that has spanned across the Cisco, CBRE, architectural, MEP, and design teams.
100,000 SF project includes new cafe, fitness center and office areas. Project serves as the new flagship location for our client in Southern California. Registered for LEED Platinum.
138,000 SF, 4 floor Tenant Improvement from a 1st generation shell condition. The space consists primarily of open office/creative layout with some private office and typical compliment of conference spaces with upgraded finishes in the client facing areas. Supplemental, 24/7 systems will be required for the Tenant’s IT rooms and conference/meeting rooms as required. There will be a variety of kitchen/café areas with a main social hub kitchen that has more advanced warming kitchen equipment, but is not anticipated to have full cooking/range capabilities. There will also be an interconnecting stair between the 4th and 5th floors.
When Pinterest needed a first-generation build-out in San Francisco’s financial district, they chose NOVO Construction to lead the charge. The 58,000 SF project included a full-service kitchen, open-plan workspace with connecting stairs, and numerous structural improvements.
Riverbed Technology’s global headquarters span 200,000 square feet across multiple floors of a high-end, mixed-use building in San Francisco’s SOMA District. NOVO Construction was the natural choice to deliver results worthy of this elegantly modern space.
120,000 SF design-assist tenant improvements project over four floors. This project was completed in three phases and included interior office build-outs designed around an open floor layout with all new finishes. In addition to the open office space, project scope included four full conference centers, a game room, and a café on the first floor which features catering surfaces, an all-hands layout and two interactive screens. The addition of this first floor café required full demolition and rebuild of existing restroom cores, as well as beneath-slab excavation for piping upgrades.
According to CFO Rob Krolik, Yelp’s goal for their 158,000 SF renovation was to make something "iconic."
The NOVO team coordinated the multi-million dollar project from start to finish, including a new, full-service cafeteria and kitchen, conference rooms, and deluxe lifestyle perks, like a gym and yoga studio.