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Gateway of Pacific - A "Landmark" Biotech Campus

San Francisco, CA, USA

Thirty four IV 50 High Induction Centrifugal Jet Fans will assist the ventilation of the two level below grade parking for the Gateway of Pacific Biotech Campus.

Gateway of Pacific is a phased development of a prominent South San Francisco property and introduces a new place for life science research and workplace innovation. Master planned to create more than 1.2 million square feet of new construction, Gateway provides a framework for high-quality architecture and landscape in a new landmark that will transform South San Francisco.

This first phase, a 12 story building, which includes a 450,000-SF for life science research will define the intersection of Gateway and Oyster Point Boulevards as two separate wings joined by a five-story atrium. As part of this initial phase, a 50,000-square-foot amenity building will be constructed over a two-level, below-grade parking structure that will serve the overall campus. An entry plaza over the parking structure will welcome visitors to the campus with mature landscaping and outdoor social spaces for dining and social gatherings.

The amenity building will activate the plaza with a planned café, restaurant, fitness facility and conference center. The building's vegetated roof is part of a compelling strategy for energy conservation that visibly showcases a key guiding planning principle for the project – sustainable design. The buildings are designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification with sustainable features that include on-site energy generation from photovoltaic panels, rainwater capture, grey water collection and a high-efficiency heating and cooling system.

When all phases are complete, the campus will promote the pedestrian experience through a central common, uninterrupted by vehicles and animated by dedicated outdoor use areas. Planted with mature trees and native species, the park-like landscape will offer a variety of experiences — from highly social places for interaction to areas for quiet contemplation.

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