Building Repositionings

Transforming the building exterior appearance and amenities to contemporary styles and standards of offerings. Sensitive to the current shift in building functions our team has demonstrated success in transitioning campuses to align with the current culture.

Building Repositionings

Confidential Center

3 building Campus courtyard improvement building a creative social space for building occupants to meet and dine during the workday. Improvements included solar shades, Custom finished Corten Steel railings and panels and new surfaces.

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Building Repositionings

Latham Square

Construction in a building built in 1927 takes special skills and expertise. Metcon was part of a team that resurrected a legendary building. Seismic retrofits in an occupied, historical high rise can be disruptive and destructive. This repositioning project tested our abilities in problem solving, team work and outside the box thinking. The project included tenant improvements in a historical building, reconstruction of occupied spaces post seismic retrofitting, common area improvements, building utility upgrades, exterior renovations, abating of hazardous materials, bringing in HVAC systems, and parking garage work.

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Building Repositionings

Unchained Labs

Complete Interior Demolition and Renovation of their two story building in Pleasanton. We completed a Lobby renovation, office reconfiguration/creative space conversion, construction of wet labs for life science research and development, exterior building facelift and parking lot work.

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Building Repositionings

Market Square

This ambitious downtown San Jose repositioning project showcased a little bit of everything that Metcon can do. Featuring designs from two of the area’s best architects Modulus and Habitec the transformation included exterior and interior overhauls. The exterior project included a European glass rain screen that was installed 12 stories up the building’s exterior skin. It was anchored to the exterior structure by a structural steel web system designed by esteemed San Francisco engineer KPFF. Crews worked off swing stages and material cranes. The 10 and 12 story buildings were both completely repainted and the site received to hardscape and landscape. The project also consisted of two lobby renovations, a fitness center, multiple tenant improvements, carbon fiber seismic strengthening, 2 small restaurants, a barbershop, Orange Theory Fitness, common area restroom and corridor remodels, installing a new window washing equipment system and davits, and multiple Tenant improvements of all shapes and sizes.

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