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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Publisher’s Message ..................................................... 6 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS ........................................... 9-14 CoreNet Northern California Chapter .................. 10-11 Current Trends in Employee Work Environments ...... 12-14

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PUBLISHER’S MESSAGE

AS THE PENDULUM SWINGS Finding balance in a changing world

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s we wrap up this latest issue, I’ve stopped to reflect on the changes in the industry over the past decade and a half. Flash back to 2000. We were concerned about Y2K, the dot com era was imploding, Square footage per person was roughly 250-300 and private office accounted for 20-25 percent of the floor plan. The 2016 workplace is all about choice and control, for both employees and employers. Flexibility, in the way people work and in office layouts and uses, is becoming the most effective way for companies to get the best people, the best work, and the most value from their real estate portfolios. Strategies to create happier, healthier, more valuable offices. How did we get here? Through technology and innovations that have made our offices more mobile, dynamic and flexible. These changes were spurred by the new generation of worker. Currently 75 percent of the world’s employees are young people (ie., the Millennial Generation or Gen Y). The Millennial Compass Report, which surveyed 1,293 employees in the U.S., India, China, the U.K., France and Brazil shows that Millennials “are focused on achieving through personal networks and technology; having good work-life balance; and getting high levels of support from their managers. They don’t want to be tied to an organization, a timetable, or a hierarchy, and they’d rather avoid the stress they see their senior leaders shouldering.” So what does this mean? Well, if we look at Facebook as the pioneer of change, the pendulum has swung way over to the far side of open environment. They were the originator of open space; Ikea tables, drops from the ceiling without any cable management and collaborative wide open areas. As we’ve begun to swing back into a more compromised environment, we’ve accented the open environment with more cozy options for collaborative areas, nap pods that provide a break from the very public, exposed energy of the open space and phone booths that offer a quiet space for an old fashioned sales call. The square foot per person is as low as 150 and in some cases such as Facebook no private offices at all. What does the future hold? Time will tell, but it looks like the continuance of mobility, flexibility and amenities is still the leading driver of workplace planning.

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CORENET NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Reflecting the Innovative and Diverse Culture of the Bay Area CORENET GLOBAL IS THE WORLD’S LEADING ASSOCIATION FOR CORPORATE REAL ESTATE EXECUTIVES, WORKPLACE PROFESSIONALS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS. AT 871 MEMBERS STRONG, THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER IS ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC CHAPTERS IN EXISTENCE AND BOASTS SOME OF THE MOST PROMINENT AND DYNAMIC MEMBER COMPANIES ON THE PLANET. TECH GIANTS SUCH AS APPLE AND GOOGLE ARE REPRESENTED, AS ARE SOME OF THE HOTTEST HIGH-GROWTH COMPANIES LIKE UBER AND AIRBNB.

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ed by 2016-17 Chapter President Mike Bangs, Vice President of Real Estate and Facilities at Oracle Corporation, the chapter’s leadership is comprised of a veritable who’s who of corporate real estate veterans and some of the brightest up and comers. “I am so fortunate to work with so many talented people who care deeply about CoreNet,” said Bangs. “We are proud to deliver a vast array

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of high-value programs that advance the profession and offer members unparalleled educational and networking opportunities.” Chapter programs cover a wide-range of formats to engage members and relevant topics that provide useful tools to help them up their game both personally and professionally. Contentrich monthly Chapter Meetings are the centerpiece of the chapter’s offering. “We often tap into the vast brain-power and global thought leadership that resides right here in our backyard,” said Bangs. “We also bring in an internationally recognized speakers such as Julien Treasure, a renowned sound expert from the U.K. who delivered a provocative presentation called “Designing With Our Ears.” Each year, the chapter also puts on a number of special events which provide exceptional networking opportunities. The chapter’s flagship event is Corporate Real Estate Executive of the Year Awards Dinner. In its 19th year, the gala honors a corporate real estate executive and a service provider. “It is always the party of the season!” said Bangs. Other special events include an annual golf tournament and a day on the bay during Fleet Week. Diverse in nature, the Chapter has several specialized groups for members with common interests including Women of CoreNet, Young Leaders, a Technology Special Interest Group (SIG) and the CoreNet Apprentice Program (CAP) which places undergraduates


with leading companies for summer internships. “Regardless of a member’s niche in the industry or where they are in their career, we literally offer something for everyone,” said Bangs. A volunteer-run organization, CoreNet also offers members the chance to participate actively in the organization. Chapter leadership endeavors to leverage each person’s skill-set, interests and goals to create a rich and meaningful experience for every volunteer. “Getting involved is the best way to get the most out of your membership,” said Bangs. Another way to get involved is to become a sponsor. The chapter offers creative ways for members to heighten the visibility of their brand at events, on the website and through frequent member communiques. “We listen to our sponsors and provide value,” said Bangs. “For example, we created a VIP event that allows sponsors to build relationships with end-users in a low key, non-structured environment”.” CoreNet Global also offers some excellent ways for members to engage. They host three annual Summits each year in North America, Asia-Pac and EMEA. The organization also offers two

professional designations, a Masters in Corporate Real Estate (MCR) and a Senior Leader in Corporate Real Estate (SLCR). Having been involved in CoreNet for over a decade, Bangs credits the organization with helping him take his career to the next level. In addition to gaining the knowledge and skills necessary to advance in his career, he has also built a tremendous network of contacts and made close friends. “I actually got my current job through CoreNet, he said. “After knowing him for many years through the organization, my boss called me one day to discuss the opportunity to join his team, and the rest is history!” Photos by Tom McCune, clockwise from top: 1. The CoreNet Apprenticeship Program Committee with several of the 2016 apprentices at a recent chapter meeting 2. 2015-16 Northern California Chapter President, Sandy Heistand passes the gavel to 2016-17 President Mike Bangs. 3. Internationally renowned sound expert Julian Treasure delivers a thought provoking keynote address called “Designing With Our Ears” at a recent chapter meeting. SPRING 2016 BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GUIDE

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CURRENT TRENDS IN EMPLOYEE WORK ENVIRONMENTS COMPANIES ARE REDESIGNING THEIR FACILITIES TO REFLECT HOW EACH GENERATION OF EMPLOYEES WORKS, WITH THE RESULT BEING GREATER COLLABORATION AND IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY.

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ith four generations currently in the work environment—traditionalists, baby-boomers, Gen X, and millennials—never have designers of these environments been forced to look at so many different variables to create an effective workplace that meets the needs of every potential end-user. Each of these four generations of stakeholders has different ideas on what is important in order to accomplish its work. How do designers create spaces that are successful for each of these variables? By rethinking the way people work in a space and how they interact with each other, we can start to develop new ways for the generations to work together.

KNOWLEDGE-BASED WORK ENVIRONMENTS Hierarchical organizational structures are becoming less and less appropriate. Such environments are likely to be inefficient, inflexible, and costly. As the majority of work carried out in facilities moves away from hierarchical organizational structures and toward a knowledge transaction, we shift focus from tangible assets to human capital and intangible assets such as R&D, marketing, HR, and innovation management. Work is becoming increasingly knowledge-based because the speed and volume of work required cannot reasonably be accommodated in traditional, sequentially managed work applications. This has implications for the workplace. Work environments are designed to support knowledge transfer and connect communities of people and independent workers. Technology will play an even greater role, supporting mobility and virtual working, while the individual office building becomes just one part of an organization’s overall working platform.

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of work and people the most expensive. Human beings are social, needing contacts to provide a sense of purpose and worth. Faceto-face interactions are by far the most important activity in an office. Chance encounters and unplanned interactions between knowledge workers, both inside and outside the organization, improve performance. We’ve learned that spaces can be designed to produce specific performance outcomes — productivity in one space and increased innovation in another, or both in the same space but at different times. By referencing company strategic goals such as total sales or number of new-product launches, we can demonstrate a workspace’s effect on the bottom line and then design that space to improve it. This will lead to profound changes in how we build our future workspaces.

EDUCATIONAL WORK ENVIRONMENTS Given the choice, people will choose workspaces that support their digital style while giving them access to new knowledge, exposing them to different kinds of expertise, and accelerating their learning. Three key elements of successful communication are exploration (interacting with people in many other social groups), engagement (interacting with people within your social group), and energy (interacting with more people overall). Spaces can be designed to favor exploration or engagement or energy to achieve certain outcomes. The challenge is balancing a facilities requirement for both communication and concentration, and devising spaces that can respond to and encourage the highly complex process of social interaction at work. Managers might be tempted to simply build big social spaces and expect great results, but it’s not that simple. Business strategies provide business priorities, and office design concepts based on these priorities can have a dynamic impact on performance. One must have an understanding of what facilities are trying to achieve (higher productivity? more creativity?) before changing a space. Creating spaces that can be flexible for both collaboration and focus allows for less real estate to be utilized. If certain amenities and adaptive technology are located close to areas of collaboration, it allows these spaces to shift in use. Variety in location, as well as amenities, provides users with a choice in ways to collaborate and what they need to interact with others. After all, the true value of a collaboration space is in the connections between humans. The space itself should serve as a conduit for these conversations.


Workplaces are moving away from an overabundance of traditional conference rooms, toward flexible ‘think tank’ spaces that bear names like idea room or collaboration space.

CONTEMPORARY OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS Office space is not just an amortized asset but also a strategic tool for growth. Office utilization may peak at 42 percent on any given day. By past logic, the best way to manage cost per square foot is to remove “wasted” square feet. But experience reveals that investments in redesigning space for interactions over efficiency can increase communication and collaboration, resulting in increased business performance. New space standards and planning principles reduce the number of enclosed offices, increase open office areas, and accommodate easy reconfiguration for evolving workplace needs. Typical floors have interior offices and meeting rooms with glass fronts, providing access to daylight for all occupants.

RECRUITING & RETAINING THE BEST OF THE BEST Staff turnover is costly. Replacing a mid-level manager costs an estimated 50 percent of salary. Employee well-being isn’t simply about work environments with better ergonomics or more comfort. Today’s workplace can and should be a place where people actually leave healthier. This has become challenging as knowledge work has evolved. Thanks to new technology and a global marketplace, work is more project-based, much faster paced, and often a 24/7 endeavor. High stress levels are prevalent and associated with knowledge work today. We communicate and collaborate constantly. It’s hard to unplug. Well-being actually involves many aspects of organizational culture, from making sure people understand what their job is

and have sense of purpose, to providing the right space, tools, and resources to be successful. Research shows that successful organizations support their employees with a holistic approach to mental, physical, and emotional well-being. It lowers absenteeism and results in fewer medical claims providing substantial cost savings. It will also pay off in terms of organizational performance; well-being is now woven into the culture of organizations through multiple activities led by both management and employees.

LEED— DOING WHAT’S RIGHT FOR EMPLOYEES AND THE PLANET LEED strategies also play an important part in employee wellness. Sustainable attributes, such as harvesting natural light, play a key role in today’s interior design space planning efforts. Additional measures that balance a company’s environmental footprint include low-flow plumbing fixtures, occupancy sensors, and highefficiency light sources, all of which reduce a company’s power consumption. Sustainable design features include an emphasis on durable, environmentally friendly furniture and finishes. Current strategies in office design support an organization’s mission of understanding and predicting changes in the earth’s environment. Current trends reduce office impact on the environment as well as physically embodying man’s relationship to nature. Conscientious clients and employees are known to seek out and support corporate policies promoting sustainable strategies targeting net-zero energy use. These policies help to define the corporate culture and, in turn, | continued on page 14 | the corporate brand. SPRING 2016 BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GUIDE

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Design is literally breaking down the walls to traditional office space by incorporating more glass and transparent materials into conference or meeting spaces. Letting in more light into areas meant for thought and action helps employees concentrate and stay alert.

CORPORATE BRANDING — MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN EVER BEFORE Technology has not only slashed the costs of the production of goods, but also expanded the scope for innovation, leading to an explosion in the choices open to consumers. Value increasingly lies not in the product itself but in innovation, design, marketing, responsiveness, and after-sales support. Today, due to the effects of globalization and improvements in manufacturing, it has become harder for firms to differentiate their offerings on these terms alone. Companies now must have a corporate brand. When a large proportion of the value of a company depends on branding, it becomes necessary to take every opportunity to communicate messages about values. This is what not only attracts and retains loyal customers but loyal employees as well. Interior design can communicate this global branding through showcasing corporate identity and culture. A company’s brand and culture can be found throughout a facility, whether through the color of the walls or the style of furniture. Through design, we can apply subtle elements that might not scream company branding but, when combined, all of these small touch-points create a cohesive environment that is all about the brand.

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how precisely we design office space to create opportunities for communication, the design is incomplete if it doesn’t take into account digital work and collaboration that is independent of space and time. The office of the future will most likely include highly networked, shared, multipurpose spaces that redefine boundaries between companies and improve everyone’s performance. This will require new design and management principles. It will also transform HR, IT, and facilities management from support functions to facilitators. But if companies can change their spaces to reflect how people work, performance improvement will follow. Every generation is affected by the evolving workplace. While each generation has different needs and opinions of what matters, each generation can agree that workplace design and functionality is an important factor. Employers are dealing with an increasingly hard task of implementing workplace innovations that meet the needs of all four generations while still maintaining an effective and profitable workplace. With employees likely being the largest investment by business owners, many are willing to incorporate changes to maintain morale and provide a workplace that helps develop an innovative and engaged group of employees. These innovations can also bridge the gap between generations by creating an environment that allows workers to share experiences and concepts to develop ideas. Source: Carol Ebeling, Director, Interior Design, BRPH


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ALLEN MATKINS | UCLA ANDERSON FORECAST Little Impact from Higher Interest Rates and Slower Economic Growth

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ALLEN MATKINS AND UCLA ANDERSON FORECAST HAVE PARTNERED TO CREATE A COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SURVEY AND INDEX TO BETTER PREDICT FUTURE CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL RENTAL AND VACANCY RATES. THIS TOOL SURVEYS SUPPLY-SIDE PARTICIPANTS—COMMERCIAL DEVELOPERS AND

FINANCIERS

OF COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT—FOR INSIGHTS INTO THEIR MARKETS. THE SURVEY AND THE RESULTING INDEX PROVIDE A MEASURE OF THE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

SUPPLY-SIDE

PARTICIPANTS’ VIEW OF CURRENT AND FUTURE CONDITIONS. SINCE

PARTICIPANTS MAKE

INVESTMENT ACTIONS BASED

UPON THESE VIEWS, IT PROVIDES A LEADING INDICATOR OF CHANGING SUPPLY CONDITIONS.

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The Allen Matkins UCLA Anderson Forecast Survey project compiles the views of commercial real estate developers with respect to markets three years hence. The three-year time horizon was chosen to approximate the average time a new commercial project requires for completion (though projects with significant environmental issues often take much longer). The Panels’ views on vacancy and rental rates are key ingredients to their own business plans for new projects, and as such, the Survey provides insights into new, not yet on the radar, building projects and it is a leading indicator of future commercial construction. For example, if a developer were optimistic about economic conditions in the industrial market of Silicon Valley in 2018, then initial work for a new project with an expected ready for occupancy date of 2018--a business plan, preliminary architecture, and a search for financial backing-- would have to begin no later than 2015. Although optimism does not always translate into new construction projects, this sentiment is a prerequisite for it.

hrough an analysis of the Index and the incorporation of the Index into other economic forecasting models, this Survey is designed to provide more accurate information on future office, industrial, retail and multi-family space in major California geographical markets. This eighteenth survey covers the major Southern California and Bay Area markets for office, industrial, retail and multi-family space. California commercial real estate is booming once again and optimism about the future has not been dampened by the Fed’s interest rate policy. As California’s employment picture improves to a full-employment environment1 the lack of supply in housing, warehouses, and offices portends continued rental and occupancy rate increases. All of this is good news, but it must be tempered by the fact that commercial real estate is a highly cyclical industry. The Allen Matkins UCLA Anderson Forecast Survey was designed not only to take the pulse of the market, but also to anticipate the peak. The December 2015 survey, reported here, indicates continued optimism with only a smattering of caution with respect to the continuation of the current run.

OFFICE SPACE MARKETS Office market developer sentiment abated slightly though remained very positive in December for four of the six regions we survey and improved in the San Francisco and East Bay markets. Although sentiment has remained quite optimistic for the 10 surveys covering the last five years, in the most recent survey the index is slightly below 2014. There are a number of reasons for the tempering of developer sentiment, not the least of which is the general mood of investors that although the U.S. economy continues to grow, slower growth outside the U.S. and somewhat more volatile world financial markets dictate a bit of prudent caution. Nevertheless, the continued positive outlook for the economy in general and office using employment in particular | continued on page 18 |

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(The Anderson Forecast projects increased growth rates through 2017), all contribute to the consensus for improved returns to office space as the economic expansion matures. As discussed in previous survey reports, the uneven growth in employment across different office using sectors has resulted in more differentiated submarkets of the six markets surveyed here. In each of the three Southern California markets surveyed, Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties, the survey panelists were very optimistic about rental rates and even though there was a softening of the sentiment with respect to vacancy rates in 2018, it remained relatively strong. None of the panelists are expecting the market to weaken be- tween now and 2018 and 18

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most expect it to tighten. In Los Angeles and Orange County, though not San Diego, office-using employment is still growing at rates at or below the overall rate of job growth for the regions. However tech related employment is growing faster and areas that are favored by these companies are experiencing robust markets. Over the next 12 months 42% of the Southern California Panelists stated that they expect to begin at least one new project, the same as six months ago, and down slightly from a year ago. Of the Southern California panelists 34% began a new project during the previous twelve months, up significantly from the 23% in the June survey. Solid office-using job growth,


a positive economic outlook and developers moving on new projects all confirm the survey responses forecasting a 2018 office market with better vacancy and rental rates than 2015. The Bay Area panels are optimistic as well, but not as much as in South- ern California. The San Francisco and Silicon Valley panels, while optimistic in general, now forecast increasing vacancy rates for San Francisco and a moderation of the tightening for Silicon Valley. Nevertheless, the panels do not forecast an easing of rental pressure over the next three years. With current building and renovation, and a view that the current 5% rate of growth of office-using employment in San Francisco and 7% in Silicon Valley is not sustainable, developers are not expecting a dramatic improvement in an already very good market during the coming 3 years. Sentiment among East Bay developers has remained highly optimistic and in the same range for the past 2 ½ years. If one were to look only at the rate of growth in office-using employment in the East Bay, 1.1% in 2015, this would be surprising, however the hot markets of San Francisco and Silicon Valley make East Bay properties attractive going forward. Bay Area office space demand growth is reflected in the panelists’ actions as well. In December 46% of the panel reported plans to embark on at least one new development over the next 12 months up from 33% in the previous survey.

“[We] are in this part of the cycle where the main players are focusing on ground up development.” – Tony Natsis, Attorney, Allen Matkins “If you are not getting into too high risk and large condo projects, I think you’re safe four years out.” – Michael Marini, CEO & Founder, Planet Home Living “We are seeing some interesting trends coming in from China and Korea with the size of the units, the pricing of the units, and the services that are available.” – Lewis Horne, President, Greater Los Angeles and Orange County, CBRE “We are very bullish. We look at Orange County as a bit of a sleeper relative to San Francisco and Seattle.” – Tom Bak, Senior Managing Director, Trammell Crow Company “We are in a development boom for multi-family. We are seeing big change in density and multi-family stock that we haven’t seen before in Orange County.” – Tim Strader Jr., President, Starpointe Ventures | continued on page 20 |

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MULTI-FAMILY MARKET: MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL MARKETS Multi-Family developer optimism has remained strong and consistent over the two years the survey has been conducted. The demand for multifamily housing tends to follow job growth in the more densely populated regions of California. Hence, one would expect the Silicon Valley, San Diego and San Francisco markets to tighten over the coming three years more than Los Angeles and Orange County. One market that is different is Los Angeles. Our Los Angeles panel expects the vacancy rate to increase over the next three years even as rental rates continue to rise. The building of new apartments in Los Angeles is therefore expected to ease some of the shortfall in housing units, even while higher rental rates permit lessors to tolerate somewhat higher vacancies. The East Bay market was added to the survey coverage in December. The composite index for this market is surprisingly strong given the weaker job growth in the East Bay. However, job growth in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, growth that is outstripping avail- able housing, drives East Bay housing demand as well. The panels continue to echo an observation made recently by the Legislative Analysts Office2 that California housing is seriously underbuilt and that household formation is happening faster than new building. This positive view of the future of multi-family housing market fundamentals for investors is expected to continue as employment in California is forecast to grow at a 2.0% rate over the next two years. Such growth will be skewed towards the six major coastal communities. Increased employment translates directly into new household formation and additional demands for housing. The story of the current economic expansion has been a shift in tastes from single-family housing with concomitant commuting into the employment centers to a balanced mix be- tween single-family and multi-family housing. Though overall residential construction has remained at depressed levels in the State, multi-family construction has rebounded sharply. This past year the number of multi-family permits issued in the state per month rose to pre-recession levels. The forecast for higher rents and continued low vacancy rates should induce a further increase in multi-family construction. Consistent with this, 20

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the Anderson Forecast for multi-family construction is for a 25-year high to be reached during the next three years.

INDUSTRIAL MARKET “It’s an exciting time in industrial. Everything is firing on all cylinders.” – Barbara Emmons, Vice Chairman, CBRE Industrial Space is comprised of two distinct markets, manufacturing and warehousing. Although each geography surveyed has a mixture of both, Silicon Valley, Orange County and San Diego County can be broadly characterized as being more heavily manufacturing, Los Angeles and The East Bay a mix of the two, and San Francisco and The Inland Empire by warehousing. The basic underlying economic forces driving the demand for industrial space in California are manufacturing, the export of goods to Asia and Mexico, and U.S. importation of consumer goods from the manufacturing centers of Asia transiting through California’s ports. In recent years the rise of online shopping and warehouse distribution centers have boosted the demand for industrial space. The current Survey of industrial space developers indicates little change in sentiment compared to last year. The optimism expressed continues to be manifested in new building, though in the Inland Empire a rush to build new space has now given rise to a view that vacancy rates will increase over the next three years. As vacancy rates are extremely low at present, this view is not indicative of a significantly weaker industrial market. Looking forward, 75% of both the Southern California and the Bay Area panels are planning one or more new projects in 2016. This comes on the heels of 66% having begun at least one new development during the past 12 months. So both reported sentiment and actions indicate a continued strengthening in California industrial space markets.

RETAIL SPACE MARKETS “Retail is moving from being a distribution outlet where you go to a store just to buy something to being an experience. To create that experiential aspect of retail, you need to do more building.” – Jerry Nickelsburg, Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast The December Survey increased the scope of the Retail Market Developer Sentiment Survey to include three Bay Area markets. Although there are few observations some reflections on the data can be made. Part of the difficulty associated with inferences in the retail sector is the fact that

retail is undergoing a profound change from distribution conduits to experience-shopping venues. Though there are no reference points from which to judge these first survey results, in each of the six markets polled sentiment with respect to retail space was strongly positive. This may well be a function of the growth in consumption on a relatively weak retail market. However nearly two-thirds of the panelists stated that they were planning new retail construction in the coming 12 months and half stated that they had begun at least one new project in 2015. This suggests although the retail space maybe struggling in general there remain significant opportunities. Robust growth in sub-markets, the increased placement of retail in new mixed-use multi-family housing projects and the conversion of existing brick- and-mortar stores to experience venues provide an explanation for the difference between sentiment and the observation of ample available retail space.

A BROAD BASED RECOVERY The Allen Matkins UCLA Anderson Forecast Survey was designed in 2006 as a vehicle for improving forecasts of the evolution of commercial real estate markets. Although the Survey remains quite new and there is as yet not enough data for rigorous statistical analysis, interpretation of the snapshots provided by each Survey provides insight into our statistically based forecasts. Importantly, the Survey indices are providing an early warning of significant changes in non-residential construction activity. The optimism about 2018 in the Surveys, broad based across all markets, is an important indicator of both the probability of new additions to stock being started over the next three years and of opportunities for new investment in multi-family, office, retail and industrial space. This optimism, supported by job and income growth on the demand side and a lack of sufficient building on the supply side reflects what we expect, a continuation of the growth of non-residential construction at or above previous peak levels. The risks to this rather optimistic outlook are contagion in financial from the nascent re-valuation of tech start-up companies and a downturn in consumer attitudes engendered by an increasingly volatile world. Nevertheless the Anderson Forecast sees the most likely outlook for the economy, and therefore for commercial real estate to be consistent with the developer sentiment reported herein. Source: © 2016 UCLA Anderson Forecast. All rights reserved 1

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TOM WILLOW/ TERI CARVER/ NEE LEE/ ELLISON BAILIS Palo Alto Networks

TOM WILLOW

Sr. Director Global Workplace Resources

WHAT ARE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE INDUSTRY THAT YOU’VE SEEN IN THE PAST DECADE? Being able to adapt your real estate, operations and business services to ever changing workforce size and trends. Closer relationship with C-Suite and finance to develop long term strategy and align goals with the corporate objectives. 24

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WHAT IS THE MOST PRESSING ITEM ON YOUR “TO DO” LIST? Building a new 1M sq. ft. headquarter campus in Santa Clara and scaling our team and operations globally to support the growth of the company.

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES TODAY? Hiring the best people, building a global team, managing change and creating a new workspace to address how we work in today’s environment.


WHAT ARE YOUR CAREER GOALS FOR THE NEXT DECADE? To build a great Workplace Resources team here at Palo Alto Networks and to mentor the next generation in corporate real estate professionals. WHAT TRENDS DO YOU SEE IN THE AREAS OF WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING? One size does not fit all. There is a convergence of home, work and social in how we work. People work from everywhere today.

TERI CARVER

Sr. Manager Facilities Operations

WHAT IS THE MOST PRESSING ITEM ON YOUR “TO DO” LIST? To open and move into our new interim facility and keep our current facilities running until we move to the new HQ in 2017. With all of our growth, operating two sites will stretch our resources and capabilities and we will need to bridge the gap. WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES TODAY? Scaling our FM operations for our new HQ Campus. As we transition to a larger campus, we have the opportunity to test and evaluate how we operate today and make sure that we have a scalable solution in place. WHAT TRENDS DO YOU SEE IN THE AREAS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY? Companies I’ve worked for in the last decade design to LEED certification but don’t always get there due to the cost. WHAT TRENDS DO YOU SEE IN THE AREAS OF OUTSOURCING? Outsourcing is definitely the way more companies are going. I prefer to have the subject matter expert be an in-house resource and the day to day activities be outsourced to companies where this is their core competency. HOW DO YOU FACILITATE EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS WITH YOUR VENDORS? Partnerships with my vendors is key. They are an extension of our team and help the site run smoothly with minimal downtime.

NEE LEE

Manager Real Estate Operations

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES TODAY? We are at a pivotal point in the company where we are creating and setting guidelines/standards that will help us scale in the future. One of the biggest opportunities we have is to implement what we have learned from our experiences in the industry.

WHAT ARE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE INDUSTRY THAT YOU’VE SEEN IN THE PAST DECADE? The most visible change is in the work environment trends. Staying connected is key. Technology is promoting this by improving mobility, AV, telepresence, etc. I think it’s exciting. HOW DO YOU FACILITATE EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS WITH YOUR VENDORS? Accountability, trust and transparency are key factors in making business partnerships work well. WHAT ARE YOUR BUSINESS/CAREER GOALS FOR THE NEXT DECADE? Continue to develop professionally in corporate real estate. It’ll be very interesting to see how companies in Silicon Valley manage real estate over the next few years. DO YOU SEE GROWTH OR EXPANSION WITHIN YOUR COMPANY? INDUSTRY? Palo Alto Networks is continuously growing and such a great place to be right now. There are endless opportunities for growth in this industry.

ELLISON BAILIS

Sr. Manager Workplace (not pictured)

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES TODAY? To be part of an amazing company and entrusted to express and translate its unique culture throughout our expanding global real estate portfolio. WHAT ARE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE INDUSTRY THAT YOU’VE SEEN IN THE PAST DECADE? Integrating residential and hospitality inspired design into interior spaces to attract employees to the office. Another significant change is creating varied settings and offering diverse amenities to promote collaboration, wellness and support the work/ life balance. HOW DO YOU VIEW THE TREND OF MOBILITY IN THE WORKPLACE? IS THIS A MODEL IN YOUR COMPANY? With a global and rapidly growing workforce, our company provides its employees with the tools and freedom to choose where to work. Our company collaborates with world class experts and invests in technologies and products to support mobility and flexibility while maintaining consistency for the best employee experience anywhere in the world. WHAT ARE YOUR BUSINESS/CAREER GOALS FOR THE NEXT DECADE? To inspire and translate design globally for our organization and be a revolutionary force and motivator that impacts workplace design as we know it today. SPRING 2016 BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GUIDE

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AP+I Design WHAT DID YOU LEARN FROM THE RECESSION AND HOW HAS IT CHANGED YOUR BUSINESS APPROACH? We have weathered a few recessions over the last 23 years and each time, we’ve learned to tighten our belts a little bit more than before and make sure our spending is smart. We are very fortunate in that because of our family atmosphere. When cost cutting measures need to take place, everyone willingly pitches in to participate. WHAT TRENDS DO YOU SEE IN THE AREAS OF WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING? I think the biggest trend here is that the employee has become the primary factor in many decisions regarding planning and the work environment. There is so much competition in the Bay Area for talent and this has driven the mentality of giving a huge amount of choice to the employee. It seems with so many of our clients, it’s all about keeping the employee happy with every aspect of the office design and giving them a variety of choices in how they work every day. 26

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In our own Zero Net Energy building, all of the features in the building help control the energy, bring in daylight, fresh air and open space to make everyone feel and work better. We have included a raised-bed garden planted with vegetables and flowers that promotes healthy nutrition and the biophilic impact.  There is a living green wall in the open lounge area bringing the outside in. We have a wellness room for lactation and/or taking a quick rest. The company supports a fitness program that includes an exercise room to stretch and get a cardio workout. There are also four company bicycles with helmets to allow staff to venture around the neighborhood or cycle downtown . AP+I also provides a robust recycling and composting program. The building is very much about “doing the right thing” and “walking the talk”. With Net Zero and environmental and human sustainability, the AP+I office is leading the way in the architectural industry and hopefully through this leadership, will cause change and drive forward the focus of these ideas. This all significantly impacts the employee experience and contributes to our very happy employees.


WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR BIGGEST OPPORTUNITIES TODAY? How people work, is changing and evolving at a rapid pace. Each new generation of workers, and each new iteration in technology influences how we work. This dynamic enables me to look at our work environment in new and exciting ways. It’s not about what we have done, rather what we have yet to do, and I get the opportunity to build an environment that allows our teams to accomplish great things. HOW DO YOU VIEW THE TREND OF MOBILITY IN THE WORKPLACE? IS THIS A MODEL IN YOUR COMPANY? The ability to work anywhere, anytime continues to dominate CRE conversations.  I believe than mobility should not be confused with a “Work from Home” policy, rather mobility is a philosophy and a set of guideline that includes tools that enable our teams to better collaborate and be more productive.  Cost savings can result from creating a mobile environment, but the actual benefits will be realized in more and better output by our employees and teams and for our companies. At VMware we are developing, along with IT and HR, our

global mobility strategy. We want to insure that we understand and address how a mobile environment and the technology and infrastructure needed to support this environment will impact our people, our teams, workspace, our work and ultimately how this impacts our culture.

WHAT ARE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE INDUSTRY THAT YOU’VE SEEN IN THE PAST DECADE? The role women have played in our industry has changed significantly in the past decade. When I started in corporate real estate, there were very few women in leadership positions-in or outside of the CRE world. Today, in almost every company in the Bay Area, we have women in senior leadership positions and the number of women in our Northern California CoreNet chapter is impressive. 37% of our chapter members are women. We have a strong Women of CoreNet group that focus on developing programs that educate and empower the women in our industry. Women owned business have grown and if the number of women young leaders in our Northern California CoreNet chapter are an indication, this number will continue to grow.

COLEEN HURLEY

Director, Americas Field – Real Estate & Workplace

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Head of Real Estate and Experience

Atlassian WHAT IS THE MOST PRESSING ITEM ON YOUR “TO DO” LIST? Create a real estate strategy that is scalable and flexible, while trying to create a productive, collaborative and innovative environment that helps live our values, culture, product and employees. WHAT ARE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE INDUSTRY THAT YOU’VE SEEN IN THE PAST DECADE? The focus on wellness or what we call “wholeness” has been a shift over the past couple years. Employees are not only concerned about what types of amenities you offer, but how you offer them. Environmental sustainability (inside and outside of the office), community involvement and mind/body/soul balance with work. Another obvious shift is moving away from traditional cubicles to more of an activity based working environment or open office environment. Employees want to live, work and play in and around work and a more urban office location or environment has started to evolve. This provides flexibility in your choices as an employee as to where you would like to work. Studies show that if you move and work in a different area every couple of hours, it improves productivity and absorption. 28

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HOW HAS DENSITY CHANGED IN YOUR COMPANY/INDUSTRY? Density or sq. ft. per person has decreased. I think that there was one point where the density dropped too low. Companies, myself included, found that at some point, work stations were too dense and too open, and what we thought was “collaborative” had a negative effect. The trick is to find your balance company wide and by dept so that you can provide the right amount of space. Understanding how your employees use the space will help you design the space more effectively and therefore get more out of the capex you spend when building a space. HOW DO YOU COMPARE THE BAY AREA CLIMATE TO THAT OF OTHER REGIONS? The Bay area continues to be a strong economy and a hub for innovation in the workplace arena. With such strong companies, culture and importance on amenities and employees, the Bay area definitely leads the way in North America. Globally there are several geographies that rival the Bay with innovation. Australia and parts of Europe continue to innovate and may even be ahead of the Bay Area.


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IRVINE COMPANY UNVEILS SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY AT SANTA CLARA SQUARE

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SILICON VALLEY, THE IRVINE COMPANY IS BRINGING 50 YEARS OF PLANNING AND MASTER BUILDING EXPERTISE TO ONE PROJECT WITH SANTA CLARA SQUARE, A 100ACRE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY OF OFFICE WORKPLACES, SPECIALTY SHOPPING, APARTMENTS AND A VIBRANT MAIN STREET.

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will create a complete, walkable community where people can live, work and play while minimizing the time they spend in their cars. “Silicon Valley is the global center of innovation, yet the region was never envisioned for the tremendous level of success it has seen,” said Dan Young, president of community development for the Irvine Company. “Santa Clara Square is a unique solution that improves convenience and quality of life by bringing homes, shopping, dining, jobs and rich experiences together in one sustainable community.” Located in the heart of Silicon Valley where Great America Parkway meets the 101 freeway, Santa Clara Square consists of: • A 1.8 million-square-foot office campus designed by renowned architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. The offices of Santa Clara Square will serve as a workplace community with courtyards, outdoor workspaces and seamless links to shopping, dining, entertainment and apartment homes. • An approximately 2,000-apartment district with more than 15 acres of open space, parks, recreation and landscaping. • A 125,000-square-foot specialty shopping center that will be home to Santa Clara’s first Whole Foods Market as well as upscale and casual dining, shopping and services. • A Main Street designed as a vibrant town center for Santa Clara Square with 40,000 square feet of shops, dining and services as well as a central plaza and event spaces for a farmers market, music festivals and other community gatherings. • 30 acres of total open space, parks and landscaping throughout Santa Clara Square, including a Redwood park trail and links to the adjacent San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail. “Santa Clara Square’s whole will be greater than the sum of its parts,” said Steven Kellenberg, senior vice president of community planning for the Irvine Company. “This is pedestrian friendly living with places to gather and open spaces that speak to the needs and desires of Silicon Valley residents.” On the west side of Santa Clara Square at Great America and the 101 freeway, a 410,000-square-foot office campus for global networking company Ericsson is under way with completion set | continued on page 32 | for late 2015.


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One the world’s top providers of technology and services for telecommunications, mobile and television networks, Ericsson will bring about 2,000 employees to Santa Clara Square starting in late 2015. At Santa Clara Square, Ericsson is uniting its rapidly expanding Silicon Valley operations in a setting designed to inspire employees and customers. The Irvine Company is set to begin building Santa Clara Square’s east side office campus—totaling more than 1.2 million square feet—in late 2015 with completion scheduled for 2017. Where Great America becomes Bowers Avenue near Scott Boulevard, building is under way on Santa Clara Square Marketplace, a 125,000-square-foot specialty shopping center that will be home to a 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market set to open in mid-2016. With an elegant design inspired by early California and Mediterranean styles, Santa Clara Square Marketplace will feature upscale restaurants, including some concepts entirely new to Northern California. The restaurants of Santa Clara Square Marketplace make the most of Silicon Valley’s climate with outdoor terraces, lush landscaping and red brick paseos—the perfect setting for an after-work meal or a night out with colleagues, friends or family. Santa Clara Square Marketplace also will include causal restaurants, unique shops and convenient services in a walkable setting for employees, residents and visitors. At the heart of Santa Clara Square is Main Street. Along with shops and services for the daily needs of residents and employees, Main Street is envisioned for innovative uses such as coworking space for entrepreneurs and a health and wellness center that offers medical care and fitness, nutrition and overall health services. With a European-style Central Plaza, sidewalk cafes and event spaces, Main Street will be a town center offering rich experiences for residents, employees and the greater Santa Clara community. The apartment homes at Santa Clara Square will bring much needed housing within walking distance of major employers and shopping and dining. Residents also will have access to transit service from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. Designed for a combination of living needs and budgets, Santa Clara Square will feature studios to two-bedroom apartment homes with extensive interior appointments and community amenities. The apartment district will showcase a mix of architectural styles designed to complement Santa Clara’s heritage as The Mission City: Palladian, inspired by formative Italian architect Andrea Palladio; Formal Italian; Formal Spanish; and Early Californian. Half of the apartment district’s 36 acres will be dedicated to open space, parks, recreation and landscaping. The apartment district will include an inspiring Redwood park 32

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trail lined by dozens of existing Redwood trees that are being preserved by the Irvine Company and incorporated into the community. In addition, the apartments at Santa Clara Square will feature five pools, a city park, lawns for casual sports, tot lots, picnic and barbecue areas and a central promenade that seamlessly links to Main Street, Santa Clara Square Marketplace and office workplaces. Running directly alongside the apartments and offices of Santa Clara Square, the scenic San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail offers miles of intersection-free walking, jogging and cycling. For Santa Clara Square residents, the trail offers an alternative way to reach employers in North Santa Clara, the San Francisco Bay and, on game days, a convenient link directly to Levi’s Stadium.

WHAT’S NEXT • Throughout 2015, the Irvine Company will continue advanced planning for Santa Clara Square, including preparation of an environmental impact report. The company will continue working with the city of Santa Clara and the community. • Once a public review is complete, building of the apartment district could begin in 2016 with the first homes coming available in 2018. • The west side of Main Street is being built along with Santa Clara Marketplace and is scheduled to open in mid-2016. The east side of Main Street is anticipated to open in 2018.

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ZNE building by Hillhouse Construction Company

WHILE WE ARE ALL AWARE OF THE LATEST TITLE 24 REQUIREMENTS, IT CAN STILL BE DIFFICULT TO IMAGINE THEM IN PLAY, ESPECIALLY THE GOAL OF THE CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION (CEC) OF BRINGING 100% OF ALL NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS TO ZERO NET ENERGY (ZNE) STATUS BY 2030. HOWEVER, A RECENTLY

nature inspired patterns as well as exposed reclaimed wood provide a strong connection to nature and are meant to evoke a calming and stress reducing effect. Additionally the planted wall also increases indoor air quality for the tenants. Varied workstations, collaboration, and break areas encourage mobility throughout the day and add to overall physical wellbeing. As you can see, all interior and exterior elements of the building combine to produce a harmonious environment for employees’ mental, physical and emotional health, which is key to longevity as well as productivity.

COMPLETED ZNE BUILDING IN SUNNYVALE BY HILLHOUSE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BRINGS THE CONCEPT TO LIFE AND SO MUCH MORE.

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n fact, the California Energy Commission awarded the project a grant in return for sharing its strategies and results to serve as a viable example of ZNE construction for the rest of California. The 33,000 sq. ft. two-story office space at 415 N. Mathilda was originally a dated and dark concrete tilt-up indoor racquetball facility. It is now the complete opposite; a vibrant, multi-functional and healthy workspace for Clover Networks, a major player in the growing cloud based point of sale and mobile payment sector. The total transformation included many exterior and interior modifications. The occupants find value in their work space not only for its self-sustaining zero net energy model, but for the human health factors it encompasses. Eighty seven new windows were cut out from solid concrete walls to brighten up the place as the natural daylight supports positive employee mood and energy levels. A 30 ft. interior living green wall,

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he qualities of being airy, humble, charming, and uncomplicated are what make up the core of Zendesk’s brand attributes, and were used as guiding principles for design. Zendesk wanted the space to feel light and open, but also varied and textured. By including secluded and darker spaces, Blitz created a contrasting atmosphere that emphasizes the airiness of the open office. Organic materials were selected throughout to harmonize with the building’s existing finishes and emphasize Zendesk’s humble qualities. The company’s charming attributes are also evident throughout, from the ground floor devoted entirely to reception, to pops of green cheekily inserted into the calm and neutral palette. Finally, Blitz took a reductionist approach, looking

for opportunities to reduce rather than add. The result is an uncomplicated yet thoughtful space that combines minimalism with warmth. Another key design influence was the Danish concept of “hygge,” which roughly translates to “coziness.” Blitz created spaces with lowered ceilings and muted lighting, finished with soft, acoustic wall coverings and natural materials to create an inviting contrast to the bright and large open office area. Custom-designed booths create cozy refuges for meetings and focused work. Wood canopies extend from the kitchens, providing additional nooks and shelters. The new office blurs the line between home, hospitality, and workplace, merging all the comforts and qualities of each. Photography: © Blitz

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605 Maude Ave, Sunnyvale, CA THE CHALLENGE The client’s goal was to establish the next step in the evolution of LinkedIn’s workplace environment. With incredibly rapid growth, the company’s previous construction projects had to accommodate large numbers of employees within remarkably short timeframes. This project is one of three buildings on a newly-built campus leased by LinkedIn to house a workforce of 3,200 people. The intent was to set a new standard of workplace that better reflected the company’s culture and values. Importance was placed on creating an environment that catered to the needs of the users and attracted the top talent in Silicon Valley.

THE SOLUTION This new office space was designed to encourage productivity and open communication, with a sense of community between employees and teams. It is a vibrant space with design emphasis on natural materials. Wood flooring designates the main circulation paths and a sophisticated yet playful atmosphere runs throughout the space. It is home to LinkedIn’s Brick & Mortar Café with the fit, feel and food of a top rated restaurant, an innovative fitness center, a spacious game room adjacent to the company Tech Stop, break rooms fully stocked on each floor and abundant opportunities for collaboration and innovation. Photography: John Sutton

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ACOUSTICAL ARCHOUSTICS WEST 5722 Lonetree Blvd. Rocklin, CA 95765 877-799-2644 866-890-1473 Fax www.archoustics-west.com BAY AREA NOISE CONTROL 415-386-3344 www.bayareanoisecontrol.com

ADVERTISING/ PROMOTIONAL BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GROUP 320 So. First St. San Jose, CA 95113 408-205-4728 408-927-5038 Fax www.babmg.com ORLOFF WILLIAMS 66 East Santa Clara St., Ste 230 San Jose, CA 95113 408-293-1791 408-293-1927 Fax www.owsite.com

APPLIANCES COLIN GORDON & ASSOCIATES P.O.Box 2070 Brisbane, CA 94005 650-358-9577 650-358-9430 Fax www.colingordon.com Colin Gordon & Associates is recognized nationally & internationally for its work in the design of low-vibration buildings for the microelectronics industry, and the research & medical communities. We also work extensively in the more conventional areas of building & environmental noise and vibration studies. Staff members include technical experts in architectural acoustics & noise control, industrial & environmental noise studies, structural dynamics & building vibration, computer modeling techniques, and dynamic measurements. The staff of CG&A has a proven record of success in developing cost-effective solutions for a wide variety of noise and vibration problems. ACOUSTICAL SPECIALITIES 2230 Wool Dr., Ste 118 San Jose, CA 95112 408-298-6712 408-298-6714 Fax

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UNIVERSITY ELECTRIC 1500 Martin Ave Santa Clara, CA 95050 408-496-0500 408-980-8058 Fax www.universityelectric.com In 1919, while a student at Santa Clara University, Jacob Heintz started wiring homes for local residents and supplying them with lighting fixtures and electrical appliances. Today his family continues to serve the Bay Area as its largest, most complete distributor of kitchen and laundry appliances. A professional staff serves the needs of many of the area’s most distinguished builders and remodelers. With the West’s most complete display from the world’s best appliance manufacturers, and a large inventory from which to choose, University Electric is uniquely positioned to best supply quality appliances at the most competitive prices.

ARCHITECTURE ANDERSON-BRULE ARCHITECTS 325 S. First St., Suite 4 San Jose, CA 95113 408-298-1885 408-298-1887 Fax www.aba-arch.com CAS ARCHITECTS 1023 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA 94043 650-967-6600 650-967-6616 Fax www.casarch.com DES ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS 399 Bradford St. Redwood City, CA 94063 650-364-6453 650-364-2618 Fax EHDD ARCHITECTS 500 Treat Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110 415-285-9193 415-285-3866 Fax www.ehdd.com FIELD PAOLI 150 California St., 7th Fl San Francisco, CA 94111 415-788-6606 415-788-6650 Fax www.fieldpaoli.com HAWLEY PETERSON & SNYDER 444 Castro St., Ste 1000 Mountain View, CA 94041 650-968-2944 650-968-1357 Fax www.hpsarch.com HDR ARCHITECTS 560 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94104 415-243-0555 415-882-7763 Fax www.hok.com PERKINS + WILL 185 Berry St., Suite 5100 San Francisco, CA 94107 415-896-0800 415-896-0802 Fax www.perkins+will.com STEINBERG ARCHITECTS 60 Pierce Ave San Jose, CA 95110 408-295-5446 408-295-5928 www.steinberg.us.com


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You can rely on CCS Presentation Systems for planning, designing, and integrating facilities such as boardrooms, conference rooms, training centers, educational facilities, control centers, and more. We’ll serve as your consultant, reviewing and suggesting the right package for the ultimate balance of cost and performance. We work in tandem with architects, consultants, facilities managers, IT staff, and corporate management to customize every system. From the highest-resolution video to sound so clear you can hear a pin drop, we’ll deliver the perfect presentation package. And, from start to finish, we pay attention to detail to complete your job on time and on budget.

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BUILDING AUTOMATION CONTROLS JOHNSON CONTROLS 843 Auburn Ct. Fremont, CA 94538 510-770-7700 510-770-7711 Fax

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BRILLIANT GENERAL MAINTENANCE, INC. 954 Chestnut St. San Jose, CA 95110 408-271-6677 408-271-6679 Fax www.brilliantincorporated.com We offer you one point of contact for all your Building Maintenance Needs! Together with our sister company Reliable Concepts Corporation, we can offer a single point-ofcontact for any building and facility project. You will no longer need to fumble for phone numbers and waste valuable time we all know you do not have. Our expertise and experience in Building Maintenance, Janitorial and Landscaping Service provides you with the industry experts you require for your projects. Over the years, we have been providing experienced, responsive, and reliable industry professionals for bay area building managers. The innovation we deliver is unmatched in our industry; let us show you why! BSM BUILDING SERVICES MAINTENANCE, INC. 2575 Stanwell Dr. Concord, CA 94520 925-688-1234 925-521-1239 Fax www.bsminc.com CLASSIC CLEAN, INC. 22062 Hutchinson Rd. Los Gatos, CA 95033 408-268-7050 408-353-4894 Fax www.classicclean.biz DIVERSIFIED MAINTENANCE SERVICES, INC. 3137 Skyway Court Fremont, CA 94539 510-656-9400 510-656-9434 Fax www.dms-services.com Diversified Maintenance Services, Inc., (DMS) is a leading provider of building maintenance and integrated facilities SPRING 2016 BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GUIDE

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services solutions in California in the Western United States. DMS began as a regional provider of janitorial services and has grown to become a national leader in the industry, providing integrated maintenance solutions that span the entire list of customer needs. We offer the most comprehensive maintenance solutions from commercial cleaning to building engineering, from landscaping to information technology. Our performance-based agreements promise, that we will meet your service and cost expectations. Over 45 years of proven experience and a remarkable rate of customer retention speaks to our success.

SERVICE BY MEDALLION 455 National Ave. Mountain View, CA 94043 800-427-2250 650-625-1043 Fax www.servicebymedallion.com Service by Medallion is celebrating 30 years in business. We provide responsive and comprehensive building maintenance services throughout the greater Bay Area. We pride ourselves in the highest customer retention rate in our industry. Our services include Full Janitorial, Green Consulting, Handyman, Floor & Carpet Care, Window Cleaning, Supplies, and Construction Cleaning among others. Known as the Green Cleaning Experts, our staff has the training and experience required to service a variety of Class A building and facility settings. Contact us if you would like a cost-effective and environmentally friendly maintenance program customized for your facility or property needs.

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ARG is an architecture firm specializing in historic preservation and new design in historic settings. Headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Pasadena and Seattle, the firm has a staff of 50 architects, materials conservators, and historians. ARG provides evaluation and repair services, utilizing an in-house laboratory to develop cost-effective solutions for materials such as terra cotta and brick. San Francisco projects include the InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel and the Brooks Brothers building. BELFOR PROPERTY RESTORATION 1620 Berryessa Rd., Ste D San Jose, CA 95133 408-929-3473 www.belfor.com SERVICE MASTER RESTORATION 344 E. Middlefield Rd Mountain View, CA 94043 650-965-1003 www.svmrecovery.com

BOILERS

R.F. MacDonald Co. 25920 Eden Landing Rd. Hayward, CA 94545 510-784-0110 510-784-1004 www.rfmacdonald.com R.F. MacDonald Co. has been in the business of supplying and servicing boilers and pumps to industrial and commercial customers in California and Nevada for over 50 years. We represent the highest quality equipment manufacturers in the industry to ensure the most efficient and environmentally clean equipment available. Our experienced sales staff can evaluate your needs and provide custom equipment solutions with reliability and process improvement in mind. We maintain offices in a number of strategic locations and provide full field service capabilities from all of our facilities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We offer many special services for customers such

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as parts, Mobile and Rental Boilers, Boiler and Pump Training and a growing Ultra Low NOx knowledge bank on our website at www.rfmacdonald.com.

BUSINESS RECORDS DATASAFE P.O.Box 7794 San Francisco, CA 94120 650-875-3800 650-875-7495 Fax www.datasafe.com

CABLING/ COMMUNICATIONS

CH REYNOLDS 1281 Wayne Ave San Jose, CA 95131 408-436-9280 408-436-9289 Fax www.chreynolds.com Founded in 1983, CH Reynolds provides turnkey solutions for Electrical, Data Systems, Managed Services and now Power Management Solutions. Data Centers, Office Environments, Healthcare and Educational facilities are just a few of the many areas we specialize in. We provide customers with the knowledge, service and value that have enabled us to be successful in all of our core competencies. As a customer-centric company, we pride ourselves on the long term relationships we’ve built with our clients. Our dedication to our customers through unparalleled service and our strong value system is how we continue to grow. Your next job is our speciality. DATA LINE CABLING 2424 Whipple Rd. Hayward, CA 94544 510-475-0900 510-475-0953 Fax


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MCMILLAN DATA COMMUNICATIONS 1515 South Van Ness Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110 415-826-5100 415-826-0142 Fax www.mcmillanco.com McMillan Data Communications is a highly motivated systems cabling installation contractor, supported by knowledgeable management personnel that work closely with our factory trained and certified technical staff to ensure nothing less than 100% satisfaction. As a premier contractor we apply the latest technologies of connectivity solutions., We partner with the leading manufacturers to assure your installation will exceed industry standards.

RK ELECTRIC 42021 Osgood Rd. Fremont, CA 94539 510-770-5660 510-770-5684 Fax www.rkelectric.com

TELECOMMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS 570 Division St. Campbell, CA 95008 408-866-5495 408-866-5589 www.yru.com

CAD/FM SERVICES BARKER BLUE DIGITAL IMAGING 363 N. Amphlett Blvd. San Mateo, CA 94401 650-942-9753 650-696-2199 Fax www.barkerblue.com EAST BAY BLUE PRINT 1944 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Walnut Creek, CA 94596 925-932-3113 925-932-7699 Fax www.eastbayblueprint.com SAN JOSE BLUE 835 W. Julian St. San Jose, CA 95126 408-295-5770 408-971-3299 Fax www.sjblue.com

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CARPET AND FLOOR COVERING CONKLIN BROS FLOORING 2250 Almaden Expwy. San Jose, CA 95125 408-266-2250 408-266-0151 Fax www.conklinbros.com COURISTAN 101 Henry Adams St., Suite 449 San Francisco, CA 94103 415-861-3595 415-861-1237 Fax www.couristan.com FLORIDA TILE SERVICE 1479 Doolittle Dr. San Leandro, CA 94577 510-632-0887 510-+632-4956 Fax www.ftcc.com MANNINGTON COMMERCIAL P.O.Box 12281 Calhoun, GA 30703-7004 John_kane@mannington.com www.mannington.com SHAW CONTRACT GROUP 350 California St. San Francisco, CA 94104 415-955-1920 415-955-1933 Fax www.shawcontract.com

CONCRETE/ DECORATIVE

BAY AREA CONCRETES 5637 La Ribera St. Livermore, CA 94550 925.245.8900 925.245.8901 Fax www.bayareaconcretes.com Bay Area Concretes has over 15 million square feet of various types of site concrete and decorative concrete scopes installed in Northern California alone. BAC is the concrete resource for architects, building owners, property managers, general contractors, builders, and developers interested in top quality site concrete, concrete walls, seat walls, structural, decorative and stamped Bomanite concrete, stained concrete, interior cementitious Microtopping style overlays and concrete surface renovations, all forms of colored concrete, street sections, sidewalks, curb & gutter, pervious green build style paving types, Grasscrete, and diamond polished interior concrete surfaces. BAC will work through all design challenge issues, find corrective or alternate solutions, and complete the job correctly the first time—guaranteed. BAC will become part of your award winning team, as we are the best! BAC was awarded the BEST concrete cast-in-place site package award for 2008, throughout America—per Concrete Products Magazine! Call Michael Price at 925.245.8900 or email at mp@ bayareaconcretes.com.

CARPET AND TEXTILE MAINTENANCE CORPORATE CARE 951 Linden Ave. So. San Francisco, CA 94080 650-871-0306 650-827-3891 Fax www.corporatecare.com THE DRY GUYS 6 Commercial Blvd, Suite 1 Novato, CA 94949 415-883-4407 415-883-6517

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GHILOTTI BROS 525 Jacoby St. San Rafael, CA 94901 415-454-7011 415-454-8376 www.ghilottibros.com Ghilotti Bros., Inc. (GBI) roots go back to 1914, when its founder, James Ghilotti, performed concrete work for local residents. GBI specializes in curbs, gutters, decorative and stamped sidewalks, driveways, and retaining walls. GBI also provides various types of paving, including commercial parking lots, and residential

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driveways. GBI is known for its high customer satisfaction, as demonstrated by its Diamond Certification, rated highest in quality and satisfaction through an independent source of Diamond Certified. Please visit www. diamondcertified.org for more information. Trusted for All Size Jobs. Residential & Commercial Asphalt & Concrete. Free Estimates. Call Al Dalecio at 415-454-7011 ext. 2252. privatework@ghilottibros.com

CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS HILTI 136 98th Ave. Oakland, CA 94603 510-879-8000 510-382-0426 Fax www.hilti.com USG BUILDING SYSTEMS 125 S. Franklin St. Chicago, IL 60606 800-874-8880 Ext 6754 925-833-2750 dwakaluk@usg.com

CONTRACTOR-GENERAL BCCI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 185 Berry St., Suite 1200 San Francisco, CA 94107 415-817-5100 415-995-6026 Fax BCCI Construction is the Bay Area’s premier builder, focused primarily on high-end commercial interiors. Our projects begin by collaborating with our clients in a process of shared vision and insight. Pinpoint planning leads to the seamless execution of that vision, with a final, flawless deliver of the site – the ultimate criteria for satisfaction.

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Brett Construction has provided superior general contracting and construction management services for more than 20 years. We strive to be among the best in our industry by consistently delivering the very solutions clients want: Uncompromising quality, an onbudget, on-time completion with no surprises and minimal disruptions to a company’s business. We specialize in Tenant Improvements, and have highly technical expertise and experience building a diverse range of projects including high-end office interiors, Medical/Dental Office, R & D Facilities, Bio Tech Labs, Data Centers, Clean Rooms, Manufacturing Facilities, Food Service, New Office Buildings, Self Storage Facilities. You can depend on Brett Construction to work through challenging design issues, propose efficient and costeffective solutions, and do whatever it takes to complete the job right the first time—that’s our promise.

DCI CONSTRUCTION 100 Montgomery St., Ste 1200 San Francisco, CA 94104 415-670-9890 www.dciconst.com DCI (Dettaglio Construction, Inc.), offers comprehensive general contracting services designed to provide our clients the confidence to execute their business plan without having to agonize over details surrounding the project. Dettaglio is an Italian word which translates in English to: detail, particular, itemize; “the art of detail”. From concept through completion, DCI’s initiative revolves around attention to detail. With construction, development and real estate experience spanning four decades serving the greater Bay Area, DCI has established deep relationships by simply doing what we say we are going to do. The executive team is led by industry veterans, Todd DiMartino, President/CEO, and Gary Wells, EVP. DCI’s strongest relationships and history of repeat business are a direct result of the time commitment invested in preconstruction services, culminated by

LYNCON CONSTRUCTION, INC. 2055 Junction Ave., Ste 138 San Jose, CA 95131 408-715-9545 408-715-9547 www.lyncon.com Serving the Bay Area since 1985, Lyncon Construction is a full service commercial general contractor specializing in new construction, interior improvement, data center, cleanrooms, and industrial installations. Lyncon Construction also provides our clients with preconstruction services, cost analysis, conceptual budgeting and Design/Build services. Whether a project is 240 or 250,000 square feet, we approach each project with the same commitment to quality, safety and customer service that has been the hallmark of our practice since inception. We deliver the value and expertise that is essential for successful projects and lasting client relationships.

closing out projects with full satisfaction. The pre-construction consulting provides a full range of services from site/construction feasibility and due diligence studies, to early budgeting and scheduling in order to determine the economic feasibility of any given project. It is this investment of time that allows for accurate budgeting, collaborative design development, value engineering, identification and procurement of critical materials, and detailed scheduling. Typical services include: Professional turnkey project delivery, Project feasibility and constructability review, Conceptual budget review and analysis, Estimating & scheduling, Pre-lease analysis and consultation, Design/build project delivery and Multi-dimensional building information modeling (BIM) When value, schedule, reliability and relationships are important, DCI is the answer. EXPECT EXCELLENCE. APPRECIATE THE DETAILS.

GORDON PRILL, INC. Your Source for Integrated Services 1245 Pear Avenue Mountain View, CA 94043 650-335-1990 www.gordonprill.com We are unique in offering quality Architecture-Engineering-Construction services under one roof. Our integrated design build delivery fosters an unparalleled team approach through daily interactions. We take great pride in providing efficiency & value through a seamless process. Our architectural, mechanical & electrical engineering plans & specifications are of the highest quality. With 30+ years of experience we excel in tackling sophisticated work space requirements while meeting budget & schedule demands, a recipe for client satisfaction. Our expertise includes corporate T.I.s, aerospace, clean room & manufacturing, biotech, university, teaching/research labs, data centers & LEED. Design and construction begins and ends with people - understanding their needs and delivering their vision.

NOVO CONSTRUCTION 608 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94107 415-576-1800 415-576-1801 Fax www.novoconstruction.com Building relationships through integrity, hard work and good old fashioned customer service; Novo takes great pride in consistent repeat business with its loyal customer base. The Menlo Park office is largely focused on the high tech, bio tech and campus projects, and the San Francisco office specializes in high-rise corporate interiors, seismic upgrades and urban retail. RICHLEN CONSTRUCTION 115 Aspen Drive Pacheco, CA 94553 925-674-8850 www.richlen.com Richlen Construction is a commercial general contractor specializing in high end corporate interior projects throughout the greater Bay Area. Richlen has continued to successfully meet our corporate clients’ needs no matter complexity, scope or schedule for more than 27 years.

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SAUSAL CORPORATION 422 Whitney St RN FIELD CONSTRUCTION 515 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA 94105 415-648-8140 415-369-0474 Fax www.rnfield.com Specializing in tenant improvements, building renovations and retail construction for over thirty years. • We care for our clients. • We assist our clients in achieving their visions and work to exceed their expectations. • We value high quality at a fair price. • We strive to deliver the best value for each construction dollar spent • We invite creative solutions. • We implement great design in interesting ways that satisfies everyone involved. • We offer experience. • We’re stronger team members through our understanding of the entire process. RUDOLPH AND SLETTEN, INC. 1600 Seaport Blvd., Suite 350 Redwood City, CA 94063 650-216-3600 650-599-9030 Fax www.rsconstruction.com Rudolph and Sletten is one of the leading general contracting firms on the West Coast. As a pace setter in the construction industry, Rudolph and Sletten has provided quality-oriented general contracting and construction management services for over four decades. Rudolph and Sletten’s expert professionals manage each job comprehensively, from site selection and preconstruction services through project completion. With its new corporate headquarters in Redwood City, the company also has regional offices in Roseville, Irvine, and San Diego, California.

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San Leandro, CA 94577 510-568-6600 510-632-9769 Fax www.sausalcorp.com Sausal Corporation is a general contractor and construction manager with over thirty years of experience. We specialize in commercial, industrial and institutional construction with the object of completing our work on time and on budget. Customer service is our goal and our success comes from lasting relationships with our clients. SWINERTON BUILDERS 260 Townsend St San Francisco, CA 94107 415-421-2980 415-984-1363 Fax www.swinerton.com

TEAMWRKX CONSTRUCTION, INC. Silicon Valley Headquarters: 1691 Old Bayshore Hwy, San Jose, CA 95112 408 -287-2700 (SJ) 415-651-2001 (SF) 408-287-2800 Fax Los Angeles Region: 17701 Cowan, Suite 160B Irvine, CA 92614 949-477-1065 O 949-477-1048 F www.teamwrkx.com TEAMWRKX, Construction is specializing in statewide commercial general contractor services including corporate interiors, building renovations, clean room and lab modifications, hospitality, medical and customized facilities management programs throughout the state of California. Services include: estimating, project management, budget analysis and customized facilities management programs.

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WORLD PRIORITY CONSTRUCTION 14850 Highway 4, Ste A #248 Discovery Bay, CA 94505 925-420-6210 925-420-6381 www.worldpriority.com World Priority Construction is a family owned company that specializes in all market ready TI construction. The success of World Priority is the result of our focus on building long term relationships with our clients. World Priority provides construction services for commercial, industrial, municipal & private sectors. Our Project Managers & Facility Engineer experts have been on your side of the business. As a result they understand & have an excellent knowledge of the specialized processes & systems that must remain in place (life safety, HVAC, ADA & exhaust etc). Our professionals apply this intricate knowledge to ensure a clean buildout that conforms to all building codes & regulations - with minimal facility disruption for a stress free project. We pride ourselves on having continuing relationships with our clients by completing jobs on time & budget. We provide exceptional quality & constant communication of progress on all projects.

COPIERS/COPY SERVICE IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS 7677 Oakport St., Suite 900 Oakland, CA 94621 510-383-3480 510-383-3480 Fax www.ikon.com KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 1051 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Ste 510 Foster City, CA 94404 650-345-2800 650-345-4190 Fax www.konicaminolta.com LANIER WORLDWIDE 701 Gateway Blvd., Suite 270 So. San Francisco, CA 94080 650-875-3513 650-875-3513 Fax


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www.lanier.com UBEC 7042 Commerce Circle Pleasanton, Ca 94588 925-225-2000 925-225-2021 Fax www.ubec.com For over 40 years UBEC has been providing Northern California businesses with superior office technology and document solutions, one customer at a time, year after year. Our employees possess a strong focus on customer service. We understand that our customers are why we are in business. From our Pleasanton headquarters, UBEC provides outstanding service and support to our customers throughout the Bay Area.

CORPORATE FITNESS

BAYSPORT, INC. 14830 Los Gatos Blvd., Ste 101 Los Gatos, CA 95032 408-395-7300 408-395-7350 Fax www.baysport.com With over 15 years of experience and 18 centers under management, BaySport can help support your specific corporate fitness center needs – fitness center design program development, equipment purchase, facility operations and more. Clients include Adobe Systems, Aspect Communications, Maxtor Corporation, National Semiconductor, Sun Microsystems, Silver Creek Valley Country Club and VERITAS.

DATA CENTER POWER MAINTENANCE

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KVA POWER SERVICES, INC. P.O.Box 1867 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741 530-823-7722 530-823-7733 Fax www.kvapowerservices.com At KVA we specialize in the service repair of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) and associated equipment. We service UPS systems up to 3,000 Kva, UPS Batteries, PDU’s and related Data Center/ IT equipment. We have factory experience and training from some of the leading UPS manufacturers. We offer a service plan customized to your facility. OUR STANDARD MAXIMUM RESPONSE TIME IS LESS THAN 4 HOURS, 24 HOURS A DAY, FOR EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR, however, we can customize our response time to your requirements. KVA Power Services, Inc., can be reached at 800-766-4874, or on-line at www. kvapowerservices.com

DOOR REPAIR/ REPLACEMENT

MAGNUM INTERIOR 42027 Boscell Rd. Fremont, CA 94538 510-979-0420 510-979-0484 Fax www.magnumdrywall.com Since 1991 Magnum Drywall has been dedicated to providing customers with the most professional approach to drywall, acoustical T-Bar ceiling and painting needs. Magnum Interior is the most recent addition to the Magnum Drywall family and is made up of personnel who have specialized in the supply, coordination, and installation of Ultrawall ® Demountable Partition Systems, doors, frames and hardware for over 25 years. We strive to be the premier supplier of products and service in our industry. Let our expert staff help streamline your next construction job.

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VORTEX INDUSTRIES, INC. 3311 Edward Ave. Santa Clara, CA 95054 408-588-0890 www.vortexdoors.com Vortex is a family-owned door repair and replacement company started in 1937. We guarantee Same Day Service with 24 Service Centers and over 240 Service Trucks! We currently cover the Bay Area, Sacramento, Central Valley, Central Coast and all of Southern California. Vortex is highly experienced in all types of doors including: Roll-ups, Sectional, Hollow Metal, Glass/ Entrance, Fire Doors, Dock Levelers, Roof Hatches, Hangar Doors, High Speed Doors, Motor Operator, Closers, Panic Devices, Fire Door Certifications, ADA Compliance Modifications, etc.

WORKSAFE TECHNOLOGIES 573 University Ave. 888-370-8838 888-858-1410 www.worksafetech.com Worksafe Technologies is your single source provider of non-structural seismic mitigation solutions. Services include: audits, design, installation and maintenance. We have stringently tested and developed innovative methodologies to protect the mission critical elements of a business, ensuring business continuity and rapid operational recovery. Worksafe has been in business for over fifteen years, working with clients in the United States, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, Turkey, Mexico and the Philippines.

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EARTHQUAKE SAFETY PRODUCTS QUAKEHOLD! INDUSTRIAL 22113 Queen St Castro Valley, CA 94546 800 2 FASTEN (232 7836) www.quakeholdindustrial.com See the value of non-structural interior mitigation by having the BIG SHAKER at your employee safety event. It’s the world’s biggest mobile earthquake simulator and the demos are extremely realistic. For more than 20 years we’ve provided Fair Prices, Good Service and GREAT RESULTS. Our custom design fasteners are thoroughly tested. We’re licensed and insured and experienced in code compliance. We stock 3-day emergency kits, offer FREE risk assessments and provide ongoing maintenance. Call us today!

ELECTRIC MOTOR & SWITCHGEAR KOFFLER ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL APPARATUS REPAIR, INC. 527 Whitney St. San Leandro, CA 94577 510-567-0630 510-567-0636 Fax www.koffler.com Koffler Electrical provides various services to its customers; Machining, Testing, Mechanical repairs, Winding, Balancing, Laser Alignment, Switchgear, Babbitt bearings, and Circuit Breaker work. All work is completed with the highest levels of quality and service either in our shop or in the field. We provide our customers 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week.

ELECTRICAL

CH REYNOLDS 1281 Wayne Ave San Jose, CA 95131 408-436-9280 408-436-9289 Fax www.chreynolds.com Founded in 1983, CH Reynolds provides turnkey solutions for Electrical, Data Systems, Managed 50

Services and now Power Management Solutions. Data Centers, Office Environments, Healthcare and Educational facilities are just a few of the many areas we specialize in. We provide customers with the knowledge, service and value that have enabled us to be successful in all of our core competencies. As a customercentric company, we pride ourselves on the long term relationships we’ve built with our clients. Our dedication to our customers through unparalleled service and our strong value system is how we continue to grow. Your next job is our speciality. CRESCI ELECTRIC 50 Pier B-16 San Francisco, CA 94158 415-357-1950 415-357-1914 Fax www.crescielectric.com CROWN ELECTRIC, INC. 85 Columbia Sq. San Francisco, CA 94103 415-621-7756 CUPERTINO ELECTRIC 1132 N. Seventh St. San Jose, CA 95112 408-808-8000 408-275-8575 Fax For 50 years Cupertino Electric has helped make Silicon Valley the most fertile ground for technological advancement in the world today. We were here for the semiconductor, the biotech, and the telecommunication revolutions, providing the electrical infrastructure that’s been needed. We’ve been there and done that and we plan to keep on keepin’ on. ELCOR ELECTRIC 3310 Bassett St. Santa Clara, CA 95054 408-986-1320 www.elcorelectric.com ROSENDIN ELECTRIC 880 Mabury Road San Jose, CA 95133 408-286-2800 www.rosendin.com SPRIG ELECTRIC 1860 South 10th St. San Jose, CA 95112 408-298-3134 www.sprigelectric.com

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W. BRADLEY ELECTRIC, INC. 90 Hill Rd. Novato, CA 94945 415-898-1400 415-898-5991 Fax www.wbeinc.com For 29 years WBE has completed projects in single building, high-rise, industrial, and campus environments with the concentration of work in the San Francisco Bay Area. WBE is a sixdivision company which includes electrical, telecommunications, networking, security, audiovisual & traffic signals. Each sector of WBE works in partnership or independently to best serve your needs. Through diversification WBE performs at the highest level when it comes to experience, education customer satisfaction and quality.

ELEVATORS AMTECH ELEVATOR SERVICE 250 E. Grand Ave., Ste 87 So. San Francisco CA 94080 650-616-8161 www.amtechelevaator.com OTIS ELEVATOR 470 Lakeside Dr, Suite D Sunnyvale, CA 94085 408-328-0330 408-738-2655 Fax www.otis.com SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORP. 555 McCormick St. San Leandro, CA 94577 510-382-2205 510-382-2250 Fax www.us.schindler.com THYSSEN KRUPP ELEVATOR 2369 Lincoln Ave. Hayward, CA 94545 510-476-1900 510-476-1919 Fax www.thyssenkruppelevator.com THYSSEN KRUPP ELEVATOR 2140 Zanker Rd. San Jose, CA 95131 408-894-0978 408-392-0920 Fax www.thyssenkruppelevator.com


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ENERGY MANAGEMENT APPLIED POWER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 470 Vandell Way, Suite A Campbell, CA 95008 408-342-0790 408-378-0797 Fax www.apt4power.com

MACH ENERGY P.O.Boc 10248 Oakland, CA 94610 650-948-0566 925-215-2369 Fax www.machenergy.com MACH Energy provides office building owners and operators with a web-based energy monitoring service that saves up to 10% on the cost of electricity – the largest single operating expense. Our MACHAlert subscription service automatically identifies operational savings by continuously analyzing and interpreting electrical usage data and then emails alerts when energy is being wasted. Included is access to MACH’s Enterprise Management Suite, where users can track performance at the portfolio level. Founded in 2001, we serve more than 100 Bay Area commercial and corporate properties in over 20 million sq ft. Customers realize savings that are 4 times our fees, which are fixed and quarterly. Please contract us at 866MACH NOW or www. Machenergy.com

ENGINEERING

AFFILIATED ENGINEERS, INC. 123 Mission St., 7th Fl San Francisco, CA 94105 415-764-3700 415-764-3701 Fax www.aeieng.com Affiliated Engineers, Inc. (AEI) is a technical consulting, design, and engineering firm providing innovative solutions

for complex and large scale projects worldwide, supporting the excellence of a diverse clientele. Practicing since 1927 and formally incorporated into its present state in 1978, AEI is owned by 22 principals who develop and maintain client relationships and provide project leadership. Based in 12 offices throughout the U.S. and abroad, the firm’s staff of 576 includes 175 LEED® Accredited Professionals. We built our practice with equal commitments to technical expertise and market knowledge, within a culture of interdisciplinary discourse and critical idea exchange.  Solutions in each market specialty are informed by expertise in many markets, just as a project in any given location benefits from experience in that project type around the world.   Our standard is the highest level of responsive service, providing feedback, offering alternative solutions, and effectively implementing client decisions.

CARTWRIGHT ENGINEERS 4600 Northgate Blvd. Suite 207 Sacramento, CA 95834 (916) 834-2850 www.cartwrightengineers.com Cartwright Engineers is more than an engineering firm. Our engineering, architectural and project management services provide a turnkey experience for our clients. For years we have worked closely with owners, contractors, developers, facility managers and other consultants to complete projects in a way that keeps our clients coming back. Our main project types in Northern California have been seismic evaluations of existing buildings, retrofits, energy efficient upgrades, re-roofs, re-models, alterations and parking lot rehabilitation projects. We have completed these projects for clients in the private, government, industrial and institutional sectors.

RUTHERFORD + CHEKENE (R+C) 55 Second St., Ste 600 San Francisco, CA 94105 415-568-4400 415-618-0684 Fax www.ruthchek.com Established in 1960, Rutherford + Chekene (R+C) is one of California’s foremost engineering practices providing structural and geotechnical engineering. We are dedicated to providing creative engineering solutions that enable our clients to realize their visions. R+C has a 49-year history of working with universities beginning 1963. Today, R+C works with the University of California, Stanford University, the California State University, and Bay Area community colleges providing structural and geotechnical services for projects from seismic renovations to new advanced energy facilities. With a staff of 100, half of R+C’s licensed engineers are LEED accredited professionals. The firm’s portfolio includes numerous Platinum, Gold and Silver LEED-certified projects. THERMA 1601 Las Plumas Ave. San Jose, CA 95133 408-347-3400 408-347-3418 Fax www.therma.com Founded in 1967. The company focus is mechanical contracting for industrial, commercial, electronics and biomedical users. The needs of these users are multi-faceted; design/build, HVAC wet/ dry, engineering, clean rooms special exhaust systems, process piping, plumbing, refrigeration, acid neutralization, energy conservation, environmental and process controls, extended service and specialty manufacturing of skids, process piping assemblies, gas sticks and gas cabinets.

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ENVIRONMENTAL AIR QUALITY ACTIVTEKUSA 800-676-1421 www.activTekUSA.com Active Non-Chemical Purification of Air Water and Food Our products are designed to easily install into your exiting facilities to control ODORS, to kill airborne and surface BACTERIA, Viruses such as TB-MRSA-SARS, effective in eliminating VOCs and even controls MOLD and MILDEW. This new product line has peer reviewed scientific studies verifying 95% reduction in 2 hrs. Go GREEN with our non-chemical process. Call today for free consultation.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MS ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS 1900 Bates Ave. Concord, CA 94520 925-685-1376 925-685-5894 Fax www.mses-inc.com MS Environmental Solutions is a safety, health and environmental management turnkey services and consulting firm. We have proven expertise in providing multimedia environmental and occupational safety and health, hazmat handling, and hazardous waste management programs services. We provide technical and regulatory support to construction management firms, general contractors, and abatement companies dealing with asbestos, lead and mold. WEISS ASSOCIATES 5801 Cristie Ave., Suite 600 Emeryville, CA 94608 510-450-6000 510-547-5043 Fax www.weiss.com

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Peterson Power provides sales and service for Caterpillar clean diesel and natural gas generators We are the dealer for the innovative Cat UPS and CatSwitchgear. With immediate availability, our rental fleet is ready to provide over 200MW of portable power. Rental chiller (5-800 tons), Sullair oil-free compressors, cooling towers, and load banks complement our state-of-the-art equipment and industry expertise. Ask about our 2 Hour Response Guarantee!

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VALLEY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT CORPORATION 636 Newhall St. San Jose, CA 95110 408-279-8362 408-289-8362 Fax www.vfmc.com VFMC is a complete provider of facilities services. As an outsource service provider we offer several different programs tailored to meet the specific needs of our customers. VFMC can provide task sourcing, so-sourcing or complete turnkey outsourcing all designed to cut costs, shorten cycles and improve service and quality. Services include: Project management, facilities management, permitting, auditing/ benchmarking, budget development/ analysis, CAD/drafting and space planning/ space management.

FIRE DETECTION/ PROTECTION ACE FIRE EQUIPMENT & SERVICE COMPANY 1870 W. Bayshore Rd East Palo Alto, CA 94303 650-321-7440 650-321-1063 Fax www.acefireinc.com

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BAY ALARM 60 Berry Dr. Pacheco, CA 94553 800-610-1000 925-947-1020 Fax www.bayalarm.com We offer the following services: intrusion alarms, access systems, fire detection, video surveillance, industrial monitoring, and cellnet. Since 1946 Bay Alarm has grown to be the largest independently owned and operated alarm company in the United State, protecting over 75,000residential and commercial customers. We have created a distinct line of products and services designed to provide our customers with a full range of solutions. Let us show you the Bay Alarm difference! BAY AREA FIRE EXTINGUISHER COMPANY 2001 Rumrill Blvd., San Pablo, CA 94086 510-232-5136 510-233-2682 Fax BEACON FIRE SAFETY 946 N. Seventh St San Jose, CA 95112 408-2192-8851 408-292-8319 Fax DIVERSIFIED FIRE PRODUCTS 502 Vandell Wy., Suite E Campbell, CA 95008 408-370-3770 408-370-0654 Fax www.dfp4fire.com SECURITAS 188 Spear St., Ste 640 San Francisco, CA 94105 415-808-1722 415-974-1367 Fax www.securitasinc.com

FLOORING SYSTEMS BT MANCINI 876 S. Milpitas Blvd Milpitas, CA 95035 408-942-7900 408-945-1360 Fax www.btmancini.com


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FOOD SERVICE ARAMARK 2600 Camino Ramon, Rm 1D012 San Ramon, CA 94583 925-823-5400 925-355-9233 Fax www.aramark.com BON APPETIT 100 Hamilton Ave., Suite 300 Palo Alto, CA 94303 650-618-3100 650-326-1582 Fax www.bamco.com GUCKENHEIMER Three Lagoon Dr., Suite 325 Redwood Shores, CA 94065 650-+592-3800 650-592-3415 Fax www.guckenheimer.com

FURNITURE INSTALLATION/MOVING

CORPORATE INTERIOR SOLUTIONS 25546 Seaboard Lane Hayward, CA 94545 510-670-8800 510-786-2801 Fax Corporate Interior Solutions is an award winning commercial furniture installation company. Dedicated to creating lasting relationships through our strong commitment to excellence. Combining experience and craftsmanship enable Corporate Interior Solutions to deliver superior quality through out our

industry. Our services include installations, storage, delivery services, repair, moves, modifications and more. Call us today to setup a personal presentation and experience the difference of excellence PETRINI VAN & STORAGE 100 East Grand Ave. So. San Francisco, CA 94080 650-827-1580 650-827-0161 Fax www.petrinivan.com

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dealer in Northern California. From technology platforms, access flooring, walls, doors, glazing, sound masking and lighting COG offers a full compliment of products and services. Additionally, COG also provides full general contracting services through well established locally based partners.

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ONE WORKPLACE 2500 De La Cruz Blvd. Santa Clara, CA 95050 669-800-2500 669-800-2501 Fax www.oneworkplace.com

PROGRESS GLASS 251 Patterson St. San Francisco, CA 94124 650-494-7000 650-494-7087 Fax www.paloaltoglass.com

PIVOT INTERIORS 2740 Zanker Rd., Ste 100 San Jose, CA 95134 408-432-5600 www.pivotinteriors.com

SKYLINE CONTRACT GLASS 1975 Marina Blvd. San Leandro, CA 94577 510-352-9055 510-352-1626 Fax www.skylineglass.com

RESOURCE AND DESIGN 747 Front St. San Francisco, CA 94111 415-777-0202 415-777-0941 Fax www.resourceanddesign.com Resource and Design is a full-service contract furniture dealership servicing the business community, healthcare and public sectors since 1976. RDI provides services and products for individual furniture orders as well as turnkey projects involving design and specification, interior finishes, installation and accessories. Family owned, we enjoy employee longevity unsurpassed in the industry. Our success derives from longstanding client and partnering relationships, a highly skilled staff, and providing quality products in the most cost effective manner. We invite you to use us as a resource.

EAST BAY GLASS COMPANY 295 Sixth Ave. Oakland, CA 94606 510-834-2537 510-834-2539 Fax

GRAFFITI REMOVAL GRAFFITI CONTROL SERVICE 1000 San Mateo Ave. San Bruno, CA 94066 650-355-5016 650-839-7905 Fax

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LYNN & ASSOCIATES 2250 Morello Ave. Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 800-436-6201 925-609-6446 Fax www.lynnandassociates.com OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PERFORMANCE 45379 Littlefoot Pl. Fremont, CA 94538 510-651-5180 www.ohp-inc.com THE SAFETY GUYS P.O.Box 725 Hayward, CA 94543 510-727-0652 510-727-0652 Fax thesafetyguys@sbcglobal.net

MORENO & ASSOCIATES 148 E. Virginia St. San Jose, CA 95112 408-924-0353 408-924-0373 Fax www.morenoclean.com

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AIR SYSTEMS INC. 940 Remillard Court San Jose, CA 95122 408-280-1666 www.airsystemsinc.com If you dream it, Air Systems will make it a reality: Whether building quality work environments, valuable relationships or community ties, we never cut corners. Our speed, flawless execution and teamwork will save you time and money and engineer the results your business needs. Success is full of Promise: That’s why our promises made at the beginning of a project are promises kept. Our promise is to guarantee your satisfaction and exceed your expectations. Our goal is to build a strong relationship with you, and to earn your confidence to be a Customer

FURNITURE RENTAL BROOK FURNITURE RENTAL 500 Washington St. San Francisco, CA 94111 415-956-6008 415-956-9390 Fax www.bfr.com

help support your specific corporate fitness center needs – fitness center design program development, equipment purchase, facility operations and more. Clients include Adobe Systems, Aspect Communications, Maxtor Corporation, National Semiconductor, Sun Microsystems, Silver Creek Valley Country Club and VERITAS.

BAYSPORT, INC. 987 University Ave., Suite 12 Los Gatos, CA 95032 408-395-7300 408-395-7350 Fax www.baysport.com With over 15 years of experience and 18 centers under management, BaySport can

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for Life. For peace of mind, comfort and reliability, Air Systems is the partner you can trust. For all that we do, please visit our website. PARAGON MECHANICAL, INC. 2460 De La Cruz Blvd. Santa Clara, CA 95050 408-727-7303 408-566-5190 Fax www.paragon-mech.com Paragon Mechanical offers a wide variety of services: HVAC Service, Repairs, Maintenance, SheetMetal, Plumbing, Design Build. Commitment to our customers and our highly skilled personnel allow us to make you our #1 priority. One call will meet all your HVAC requirements.

R & R REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 1775 Monterey Hwy., Suite 66A San Jose, CA 95112 408-297-0383 408-453-5853 Fax www.getcooled.com R&R Refrigeration is a mechanical contractor that provides complete environmental technology solutions for the full spectrum of HVAC and industrial refrigeration. During our nearly five decades of serving clients, we have established a reputation for excellence and integrity. At R&R, we know the difference is our people. By taking care of our own, we increase our ability to deliver top notch solutions to our clients. So, if you want your next service or construction job to be done right the first time, on time and within budget; call R&R.

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UNITED MECHANICAL INC. 2185 Oakland Rd., San Jose, CA 95131 408.232.9000 408.433.5203 Fax www.umi1.com United Mechanical was founded based on the philosophy that there is no client more

important than you and no project more important than yours. In the Commercial HVAC and Commercial Plumbing industries, clients expect quality projects delivered on time and within budget. From day one, our goal is to always go above and beyond what’s expected and to deliver our absolute best... every time. Collectively, UMI has an extensive amount of years’ experience which are all ready to work for you. Whether you have a new Commercial HVAC or Plumbing construction project, tenant improvement, commercial HVAC service or maintenance; United Mechanical Inc can handle all of your Commercial HVAC and Commercial Plumbing needs. Make United Mechanical Inc the contractor of choice for all your HVAC Construction, Commercial Plumbing and HVAC Service needs.

INTERIOR DESIGN BCA 505 So. Market St. San Jose, CA 95113 408-588-3800 408-588-3505 Fax www.bcaarchitects.com IA INTERIOR ARCHITECTS 350 California St., Ste 1500 San Francisco, CA 94104 415-434-3305 www.interiorarchitects.com RMW ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS 160 Pine St. San Francisco, CA 94111 415-781-9800 www.rmw.com

HVAC SUPPLY INTERIOR PLANT DESIGN

PACIFIC HVAC DEPOT 3029 Teagarden St. San Leandro, CA 94577 510-346-6500 510-346-5700 Fax www.pacifichvacdepot.com Pacific HVAC Depot is a Heating, Venitilation, Air Conditioning and Sheet Metal Supply Company. We offer a lot of products for your indoor comfort and building envelope needs. We have a LEED AP on staff to offer advice on Sustainable Building practices. We are also members of the U.S. Green Building Council and charter members. We do care about the environment and have products to help achieve your goals for a Green Building, such as Energy Star equipment, Indoor Air Quality products which includes Merv 8 & 13 filters, and so on. We are also Small Business Certified with the State of California and we are woman owned with the distinquished WBEC designation. We hope our website will help educate you on the products we sell at www.pacifichvacdepot. com. If you are interested in our GREEN HAND LEEd Compliant products catalog, just email us at pacifichvacdepot@aol.com and we will send you one.

INTERIOR PLANT COMPANY 1950 Monterey Hwy. San Jose, CA , 95112-6118 408-286-1367 408-286-0705 www.interiorplantdesign.com

JANITORIAL SUPPLIES ALL CHEM SUPPLY 1468 Wendy Wy. San Jose, CA 95125 408-241-0444 408-248-0156 Fax www.allchemsupply.com All Chem Supply is a full line janitorial supply company with products ranging from restroom supplies and cleaning chemicals to equipment sales and service. We are distributors for 3M, Georgia Pacific, Host, Rubbermaid, and Brulin Chemicals. Our helpful and knowledgeable sales staff has been serving the Bay Area for the past 42 years. Our showroom is open to the public Monday to Friday from 8:00AM to 4:30PM. We are closed for lunch from 12:00PM to 1:00PM

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CLEAN SOURCE 650 Brennan St. San Jose, CA 95131 408-954-1234 408-954-9595 COLE SUPPLY CO., INC. 531 Getty Ct., Ste A Benecia, CA 94510 800-762-2653 877-329-2653 Fax www.colesupply.com ECOLAB 3160 Crow Canyon Pl. San Ramon, CA 94583 925-215-8008 925-417-8171 Fax www.ecolab.com GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION 133 Peachtree St. NE Atlanta, CA 30303 800-477-2737 www.gp.com Georgia Pacific is the world’s premier designer and largest producer of dispensing systems that help reduce usage and waste of towel, tissue and napkin products. To Georgia Pacific, being an environmental leader means using natural resources wisely and operating within high environmental standards. It also means promoting environmental stewardship and awareness throughout and beyond the communities where we operate. Our business depends upon a healthful environment and we are committed to keep it that way. WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY 901 N. Canyons Pkwy. Livermore, CA 94550 800-299-9964 925-454-2911 Fax www.waxie.com

LANDSCAPING ALLBAY LANDSCAPING, INC. 804 Monte Vista Ln. Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 650-726-0438 650-726-5685 Fax A full service landscape maintenance company, offering complete interior and exterior maintenance of your properties. Our clients include Class A office towers, hotels, shopping center, and private estate. 56

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AUTUMN LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 3375 Port Chicago Hwy, Suite 30-405 Concord, CA 94520 925-372-9050 925-372-9052 Fax Autumn Landscape’s highly-trained landscape maintenance teams put their stamp of professionalism on every property we serve. In fact, our commitment to employee training is a big reason for our success. Autumn account managers, field supervisors, crew leaders are setting the standard each day in: landscape maintenance, landscape installation, fertilization/pest/weed control management, problem solving and irrigation/water management. When you take pride in your work like we do, people notice. CAGWIN & DORWARD Landscape Contractors P.O.Box 1600 Novato, CA 94948 415-892-7710 415-897-7864 Fax www.cagwin.com COAST LANDSCAPE 239 Commercial St. Sunnyvale, CA 94085 408-733-3330 408-733-3376 Fax Professional…Aggressive…Efficient. That’s how our clients describe us. This is because we serve them with a quality product—with true visual appeal—and we keep our clients on schedule. We interface with Clients, Developers, Owners and Architects to cut down on time and dollar consuming delays, and our “team effort” approach can pay off for you. D&H LANDSCAPING P.O.Box 57 Pinole, CA 94564 510-223-6597 510-223-7854 Fax www.dandhlandscaping.com For three decades, D & H Landscaping has delivered superior landscape maintenance services. Our blueprint for success is found in a dedicated team that is knowledgeable and experienced with credentials in water management, pest control and arbot care. We excel at our craft and the result is a landscape presentation that you can be proud of. D & H Landscape…Committed to being the very best!

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GACHINA LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT 1130 O’Brien Drive Menlo Park, CA 94025 650-853-0400 main office 650-853-0430 fax www.gachina.com Gachina’s team of landscape experts manages corporate campuses, retail centers, homeowners associations and public spaces. Gachina ensures property owners that the value of their landscape investment appreciates through our proper care, maintenance and on-going enhancement. Gachina delivers award winning attention to detail enabling our customers to have beautiful and environmentally sound landscapes. GOODLAND LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION 21080 Mountain House Pkwy. Tracy, CA 95391 209-835-9956

LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT SERVICES 1071 N. 13th St San Jose, CA 95112 408-277-6390 408-277-6391 Fax www.landscapemanagement.com Landscape Management Services is the premier provider of competitively priced quality landscape care in the Greater Silicon Valley. A client retention rate of over 92% is compelling testimony to the value of long term relationships our firm cultivates every day – and the reason more real estate professionals prefer the advantages of a locally based, quality driven firm. For nearly 20 years Landscape Management Services has been delivering extraordinary service. The mega-regional and national companies simply don’t compare. Partner with Landscape Management Services and experience the difference. MANIGLIA LANDSCAPE SERVICES 1556 Old Bayshore Hwy San Jose, CA 95112 408-727-2555 408-727-2543 Fax www.maniglialandscape.com


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Maniglia Landscape Services, Inc. has been building and maintaining award winning commercial and residential landscapes in San Jose and neighboring communities since 1970. Founded by Leo Maniglia, a celebrated landscape designer, Maniglia Landscape has since become a cornerstone of the landscaping community. Each year Maniglia Landscape Services is recognized and awarded for its excellence by its peers and the CLCA community. Maniglia Landscape Services specializes in water features and hardscapes working with stones and boulders to set the tone for the garden’s transformation. From waterfalls that dazzle to old stone walls flowing with plant life, Maniglia Landscape Services will make your vision blossom and increase the value of your property. TRUGREEN LANDCARE 1995 E. Bayshore Rd. Redwood City, CA 94063 650-261-2161 650-261-2163 Fax www.trugreen.com

appreciates through proper care and sustainable enhancements. Contact ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance for a LEED evaluation of your building’s landscape.

VALLEY CREST LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 825 Mabury Road San Jose, CA 95133 408-453-5904 408-437-1817 Fax www.valleycrest.com ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance is recognized throughout the Bay Area as the leader in landscape maintenance and horticultural services. From grounds maintenance and water management to seasonal color and tree care, we can handle every aspect of landscape management, drawing upon our deep experience to serve a wide range of customers. Our goal is to ensure that the value of your landscape investment

LIGHTING AMTECH LIGHTING SERVICE 420 Taylor St., Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94102 415-351-4513 415-351-4581 Fax www.abm.com ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING DESIGN 370 Brannan St., Suite 2 San Francisco, CA 94107 418-495-4085 415-495-4660 Fax

BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPES DRIVE VALUE. When you work with ValleyCrest, you enjoy the personal service and proven expertise of a local, dedicated team backed by the strength and resources of the nation’s largest and most experienced landscape services company. We are committed to understanding your needs, creating a customized plan, and following through with flawless execution day in and day out. We invite you to partner with us for the expert care and professionalism you demand, and your property deserves.

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www.valleycrest.com Exterior Landscape Maintenance | Sustainable Landscapes | Tree Care | Turf & Ornamental Maintenance | Weed & Pest Management | Irrigation & Water Management | Landscape Enhancement | Seasonal Color

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MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS ICOM MECHANICAL 477 Burke St. San Jose, CA 95112 408-792-2292 408-792-9590 www.icominc.com MARELICH MECHANICAL 24041 Amador St Hayward, CA 94544 510-785-5500 510-785-7711 Fax www.marelich.com

multi-faceted; design/build, HVAC wet/ dry, engineering, clean rooms special exhaust systems, process piping, plumbing, refrigeration, acid neutralization, energy conservation, environmental and process controls, extended service and specialty manufacturing of skids, process piping assemblies, gas sticks and gas cabinets.

METAL

METAL SUPERMARKETS TM n 2301 Industrial Pkwy.W., Suite 4 Hayward, CA 94545 800-700-2839 510-259-1958 Fax R & R REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 1775 Monterey Hwy., Suite 66A San Jose, CA 95112 408-297-0383 408-453-5853 Fax www.getcooled.com R&R Refrigeration is a mechanical contractor that provides complete environmental technology solutions for the full spectrum of HVAC and industrial refrigeration. During our nearly five decades of serving clients, we have established a reputation for excellence and integrity. At R&R, we know the difference is our people. By taking care of our own, we increase our ability to deliver top notch solutions to our clients. So, if you want your next service or construction job to be done right the first time, on time and within budget; call R&R. THERMA 1 Las Plumas Ave. San Jose, CA 95133 408-347-3400 408-347-3418 Fax www.therma.com Founded in 1967. The company focus is mechanical contracting for industrial, commercial, electronics and biomedical users. The needs of these users are 58

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MOISTURE CONTROL

ADVANCED MOISTURE CONTROL, INC. 17865 Sky Park Cir., Ste H Irvine, CA 92614 949-788-1490 949-788-1595 Fax www.advancedmoisturecontrol.com Vapor-Guard protects floor covering and coating installations from bondfailure caused by damp, alkaline concrete substrates. Vapor-Guard offers all the strength and performance aspects of epoxy systems, but is environmentally safe and may be applied in working environments with no concern for harmful fumes or vapors. All installations are performed by certified applicators and warranted 15 years. Vapor-Guard is made in California and carries over 25 years and 100 million square feet of successful history. Please contact us for free consultation.

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MOVING AND STORAGE

We carry most standard sizes of sheet, plate bar and tube in stainless, aluminum and steel. If we don’t have what you need, we’ll source and special order it for you. You wouldn’t go to three or four supermarkets to get your groceries, so why should your metal purchasing be any different? We have been serving the maintenance and construction business in the bay area for over ten years. Whatever your metal requirements may be, Metal Supermarkets has the answer. Give us a call, we won’t let you down. We also offer fabrication, production cutting, precision shearing, welding, and hole punching. Remember, we are your one stop shop for any metal, any size, cut and ready FAST!

GRAEBEL COMMERCIAL SERVICES 2020 S. 10th St. San Jose, CA 95112 800-397-2601 408-719-7428 Fax www.graebel.com

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CROWN WORLDWIDE MOVING 14826 Wicks Blvd. San Leandro, CA 94577 510-614-4199 510-614-4100 Fax www.crownwms.com

NOR-CAL MOVING SERVICES Allied Van Lines 2001 Marina Blvd. San Leandro, CA 94577 800-543-4668 510-543-6111 Fax www.nor-calmoving.com Locations: San Jose, Brisbane, and San Leandro. We are the number one mover of corporate offices and facilities in Northern


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California. Awards include: Two-time Allied Val Lines National Agent of the Year for Interstate Moving and Three-time Allied Van Lines International Agent of the Year for International Moving. We handle modular furniture installation, space planning, and component inventory. For your storage needs, we offer web-based software which gives you access to storage inventories with photographs from your desktop. Nor-Cal sets the performance standard for the relocation industry.

OFFICE PRODUCTS/ ACCESSORIES BOISE CASCADE OFFICE PRODUCTS 1315 O’Brien Dr. Menlo Park, CA 94025 650-327-0918 650-846-6719 Fax www.boiseoffice.com CALIFORNIA ENVELOPE COMPANY 23385 Foley St. Hayward, CA 94545 510-670-0160 510-670-0166 Fax www.ceprinting.com IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS 1900 Webster St. Oakland, CA 94512 510-839-6399 510-839-7834 Fax www.ikon.com OFFICE DEPOT 2510 Channing Ave. San Jose, CA 95131 408-434-0300 408-434-6673 Fax www.officedepot.com OFFICE MAX 39116 Fremont Hub Fremont, CA 94538 510-745-6125 510-745-8169 Fax www.officemax.com STAPLES 300 California St. San Francisco, CA 94104 415-394-6648 415-394-6657 Fax www.staples.com

XEROX CORPORATION 201 Spear St. San Francisco, CA 94105 415-227-1770 415-926-1828 Fax www.xerox.com ZEE MEDICAL 2748 Cavanagh Ct. Hayward, CA 94545 510-783-8250 510-783-5517 Fax www.zeemedical.com

PAINTING FRED J. SCHMIDT & ASSOCIATES 225 Gravatt Drive Berkeley, CA 94705 415-273-5771 415-540-9418 Fax ffstpnut@aol.com Established in 1981, FRED J. SCHMIDT & ASSOCIATES is a leader in interior/ exterior painting, waterproofing and solar clastomeric cool roof applications for the commercial, industrial and residential marketplaces throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. We have served IFMA national account clients such as EBMUD, AT& T Services, Inc., BCBG, PEET’S COFFEE & TEA and WALGRENS STORES. Known for our professionalism in important areas such as trade craft, courtesy, promptness and client communications, FRED J. SCHMIDT & ASSOCIATES is also price performance sensitive! We provide free estimates within twenty four hours upon request and we have never completed a project behind schedule in our entire twenty eight year history. It would be a pleasure to serve you. GEORGE E. MASKER 887 71st Ave. Oakland, CA 94621 510-568-1206 510-638-2530 Fax www.maskerpainting.com MADDEN & NELSON 50 So. Linden Ave. So. San Francisco, CA 94080 415-647-6305 415-206-1637 Fax

SCHAPER PAINTING CO., INC. 1177 North 15th St., San Jose, CA 95112 408-437-0337 408-437-0339 Fax www.schaperpaint.com Schaper Painting specializes in all phases of commercial and industrial painting. Our 20 years of experience has generated numerous referrals and repeat customers. We now offer three new services parking lot striping, seal coating & steam cleaning. When you contract Schaper Painting rest assured our experience has prepared us to deal with whatever needs your company may have. Whether it be painting, steam cleaning, parking lot stripi8ng, graffiti removal or seal coating, we have you covered. Have your property managers give us a call and we’ll send professional estimators from our two locations in San Jose and Sacramento. We will see to it that you are taken care of from start to finish.

PARKING ACE PARKING Management Inc. 1700 Montgomery St., Suite 220 San Francisco, CA 94111 415-398-1900 415-398-4482 Fax AMPCO SYSTEM PARKING 600 Harrison St, Ste 600 San Francisco, CA 94107 415-351-4467 415-351-4499 Fax www.abm.com CENTRAL PARKING SYSTEM 71 Stevenson St. San Francisco, CA 94108 415-495-7017 415-277-0405 Fax www.parking.com

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PACIFIC PARK MANAGEMENT, INC. Merchant Exchange Building 465 California St., Suite 473 San Francisco, CA 94104 4105-434-4400 415-434-4455 Fax www.pacificparkonline.com Pacific Park Management is a local, responsive and innovative provider of parking services in the Bay Area. We oversee all aspects of managing a parking facility and provide numerous parking related services to our clients. Clients include City and County of San Francisco, SFO, and property managers. We manage a range of facilities from surface lots to complex multi-level structures. We operate under management contract, lease and profit sharing arrangements. Our Passion for ParkingTM and financial savvy provides quick revenue growth, well managed costs, and first class customer service. Call us to lean how we can improve profits at your location. STANDARD PARKING 104 Park Center Plaza San Jose, CA 95113 408-293-6115 www.standardparking.com

PAVING

ALANIZ CONSTRUCTION INC. 7160 Stevenson Blvd. Fremont, CA 94538 510-770-5000 510-770-5070 Fax www.alanizpaving.com Alaniz Construction has quietly provided the Bay Area with the finest in pavement maintenance since 1989. Our quality paving and sealing services and extensive knowledge of the industry have proven worth of many customers, large and small. With our free responsible estimates, detailed surveys, thoughtful proposals, and top quality performance, Alaniz Construction is the first choice of discerning owners and managers. From patch paving to overlays, ADA upgrades to re-striping 60

parking lots, cold milling to sealcoating, Alaniz Construction strives for flawless execution and customer satisfaction. Discover the Alaniz difference today!

AMERICAN ASPHALT REPAIR & RESURFACING CO., INC. 24200 Clawiter Rd. Hayward, CA 94545 510-723-0280 510-723-0288 Fax www.americanasphalt.com For nearly twenty years American Asphalt has been delivering superior pavement solutions and workmanship, creating an enviable list of satisfied customers across Northern California. Making “Every Job Our Best Job” takes an unusual combination of quality products, state of the art equipment, today’s technology, sound engineering, and people in work teams committed to performance excellence. You need only to contact any one of our knowledgeable estimators for a free, accurate Estimate or to request a Pavement Evaluation Survey for your properties or upcoming projects. BLACK DIAMOND PAVING 41550 Boscell Rd Fremont, CA 94538 510-770-1150 510-770-1151 Fax www.blackdiamondpaving.com

PEST CONTROL A-PRO PEST CONTROL 75-C Cristich Ln. Campbell, CA 95008 800-959-BUGS 408-371-6255 Fax www.a-propestcontrol.com We at A-Pro Pest Control recognize that it can be very difficult when selecting a pest management firm for your building. We pride ourselves at being an extraordinary service company and industry leader at Integrated Pest Management (IPM). What you can expect from A-Pro Pest Control as a customer? Since 1985, we have demonstrated the following at all times: integrity, professionalism, commitment to

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quality, fair pricing, and safety first. The following is a list of services we provide: general pest control, wildlife control, bird control, stinging insect control, and tree spraying. One time or scheduled contract services available. Excellent references. CLARK PEST CONTROL 1500 N. Fourth St San Jose, CA 95112 408-848-6696 831- 422-1988 Fax www.weneedyou.com

CRANE PEST CONTROL 2700 Geary Blvd. San Francisco, CA 94118 415-922-1666/800-592-7777 415-922-1789 Fax www.cranepestcontrol.com Crane was founded in 1930 and has become one of the largest and most highly respected regional companies in the country. This growth is not due to mergers or acquisitions but instead to steady referral from existing customers. Crane specializes in providing pest management services for commercial and industrial facilities. Services include protection against rats, mice, cockroaches, ants, pigeons and other pest birds, fleas, flies, spiders and miscellaneous ground insects; regulatory compliance for foodhandling and other regulated facilities, LEED-certified/green properties and sanitation consultation. DEWEY PEST CONTROL COMPANY 6300 Third St. San Francisco, CA 94124 415-468-6660 415-468-5160 Fax www.deweypestcontrol.com ORKIN EXTERMINATING COMPANY 1811 S. Seventh St., Suite B San Jose, CA 95112 408-942-6879 408-294-8674 Fax www.orkin.com


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PHOTOGRAPHY BERNARD ANDRE PHOTOGRAPHY 12 Medway Rd. Woodside, CA 94062 www.bernardandre.com 650-851-4630 MERT CARPENTER PHOTOGRAPHY 202 Granada Way Los Gatos, CA 95032 408-370-1663 408-370-1668 Fax www.mertcarpenterphoto.com LEPORI PHOTOGRAPHY 61A Victory Lane Los Gatos, CA 95030 408-569-6708 www.leporiphoto.com

PLANTS/PLANT CARE DECORATIVE PLANT SERVICE 1150 Phelps St San Francisco, CA 94124 415-826-8181 415-826-2157 Fax www.decorative.com

GREENWORKS PLANTSCAPE MANAGEMENT 408-353-1236 www.greenworks.com jen@greenworks.com Greening the Silicon Valley built environment since 1979.Clients include: Chevron, Google, You Tube, TiVo, National Semiconductor, Wells Fargo, NVIDIA, Nintendo, Akamai, RIM.Design installation • Maintenance • Lease or purchase • Price competitive • Sustainable practices • Award winning color rotation • PLANET certified • WBENC certified • Diversity supplier • LEED points available • Spreadsheet inventory • Annotated floor plans • Ariba capable • Metrics PLANT DÉCOR 3330 Vincent Rd. Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-933-2862 925-933-2770 Fax

RENTOKIL 551 Eccles Ave. So. San Francisco, CA 94080 650-873-1125 650-873-1208 Fax www.rentokil.com

PLUMBING ASSOCIATED PLUMBING 90 Leavesly Rd. Gilroy, CA 95020 408-847-4406 408-847-1640 Fax AYOOB & PEERY PLUMBING 975 Indiana St San Francisco, CA 94107 415-896-1931 415-550-0915 Fax CONCORD PLUMBING 4831 Pacheco Blvd. Martinez, CA 94553 925-228-7527 CONSOLIDATED PLUMBING 3732 Charter Park Dr., Suite D San Jose, CA 95136 408-978-3093 408-978-3096 Fax FALCON WATERFREE TECHNOLOGIES 1593 Galbraith Grand Rapids, MI 49546 866-275-3718 www.falconwaterfree.coom HELLWIG PLUMBING & HEATING 1301 Laurelwood Rd. Santa Clara, CA 95054 408-727-5612 408-727-4382 Fax www.rlhellwig.com KDS PLUMBING, INC. 2087 Ringwood Ave. San Jose, CA 95131 408-435-1685 408-295-9975 Fax Specializing in plumbing installation of commercial, industrial, biotech, and life science projects. We are a union contractor based in Santa Clara County.

POWERWASHING AQUEX POWERWASHING & POWER SWEEPING 2700 Stony Point Rd. Petaluma, CA 94952 707-665-0822 707-665-0920 Fax

PROPERTY, FACILITIES & PROJECT MANAGEMENT CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD OF CALIFORNIA One Maritime Plaza, Suite 900 San Francsico, CA 94111 415-397-1700 415-658-3640 Fax www.cushmanwakefield.com A leader in global real estate solutions. VALLEY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT CORPORATION 636 Newhall St. San Jose, CA 95110 408-279-8362 408-289-8362 www.vfmc.com

RECORDS MANAGEMENT RELIABLE AFFORDABLE SHREDDING 210 San Jose Ave., Ste 13 San Jose, CA 95125 408-438-1511 www.rashredding.com SECURITY SHREDDING COMPANY 1055 Commercial Ct. San Jose, CA 95112 408-452-5996 408-452-5999 Fax www.weshred.net SHRED-IT 1538 Gladding Court Milpitas, CA 95035 408-944-0900 408-944-0955 Fax www.shredit.com/sanjose SPRING 2016 BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GUIDE

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and is highly qualified in the installation, maintenance and re-roofing of all major systems including: built-up, modified, fluid applied “cool roofs” and singleply systems. Committed to building relationships and reputation by providing the most positive roofing experience possible, 98% of Platinum Roofing’s work is completed on schedule. A team of experienced service personnel offers 24hour response to remedy any immediate roofing emergency, providing customers with peace of mind in any weather.

SECURITY/ALARM ALL SEASONS ROOFING AND WATERPROOFING 1720 Smith Ave. San Jose, CA 95112 408-971-4455 408-938-4177 www.allseasonsroof.com All Seasons Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc. has been serving the Greater Bay Area for more than twenty-five years and is one of the most well established roofing contractors in Northern California. We have specialized divisions for each roofing department, new construction, commercial, industrial, residential and waterproofing. Services include maintenance, gutter cleaning/replacement, emergency repair services, re-roofing, new construction, and waterproofing. We believe in partnerships built on trust, integrity, and performance. Our approach is simple, put the knowledge, skills and professional standards of our team to use in solving problems in a practical, cost-effective way. Our objective is to serve our clients at the highest level they both expect and deserve.

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CAMELOT PRIVATE SECURITY 236 West Portal Ave., Suite 343 San Francisco, CA 94127 415-722-5826 415-334-6280 Fax www.camelotsecurity.com Camelot Private Security provides comprehensive protection, risk assessment, and threat management services for personal, residential and commercial security needs. Camelot is owned and operated by law enforcement officers that are actively working in law enforcement and consistently engaged with cutting-edge security, threat and risk management methodologies. This unique perspective gives Camelot immediate access to the information and resources required to provide seamless security protection and allowing us to offer more comprehensive services more quickly and efficiently. Contact us at 866-322-6356 to find out how we can provide the services that will give you the greatest level of protection.

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INGERSOLL RAND SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES 6689 Owens Dr., Suite 200 Pleasanton, CA 94588 925-462-4777 925-846-5952 Fax www.irstnorcal.com Our premium brands include Schlage locks, Von Duprin exit devices, LCN door closers, Steelcraft doors and Glynn-Johnson door accessories. We specialize in security hardware, access control products- both networked and wireless- , biometrics, key and facility management software and

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integrated security management systems. We have security solutions for commerce, education, healthcare, transportation and spectator sports facilities. We offer installation, training and ongoing service and support. Our goal is to provide you with a safe and secure environment.

MCMILLAN SECURITY SYSTEMS 1515 South Van Ness Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110 415-826-5100 415-826-0142 Fax www.mcmillanco.com McMillan Security Systems is a highly motivated security systems integrator, supported by knowledgeable management personnel that work closely with our factory trained and certified technical staff to ensure nothing less than 100% satisfaction. McMillan Security Systems offers a number of customer support services including; Systems Design and Integration Central Station Monitoring Services, Access Control, Digital CCTV Recording, Intrusion Alarm, Bio-Metrics and Intercom Systems. PROPERTY PROTECTION SERVICES 305 Village Town Center, Suite 391 Morgan Hill, A 95037 877-310-2226 408-259-5423 Fax www.ppsservices.com Property Protection Services design installs and services access control, fire alarm, security, and closed circuit television systems. We provide 24 hour monitoring from a UL and California Fire Marshall Approved Central Station for all major systems. We can service systems that we did not install. We provide real 24 hour 7 days a week service for building owners and property managers. Our clients include CBRE, HP Pavillion, KLA Tencor, Pacific Stock Exchange, San Francisco Airport Authority and Woodmont Real Estate Services to name just a few. PPS is a member of BOMA, CAFAA, NFPA and the Santa Clara County Sheriffs Advisory Board. Our Service sets the standard.


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PROTECTION ONE 562 E. Weddell Dr., Ste 1 Sunnyvale, CA 94089 800-GET-HELP www.protectionone.com 6691 Owens Dr. Pleasanton, CA 94588 408-251-9088 925-969-1051 Fax www.protectionone.com Protection One is one of the largest providers of monitored security services in the United States. The company provides fire and burglar alarm systems, including the installation, maintenance and monitoring of these systems, to more than one million residential and commercial subscribers. Protection One’s 200+ professionals service its customers from more than 60 branch offices and three state-of-the-art monitoring facilities across the country. SECURITAS SECURITY SERVICES 188 Spear St San Francisco, CA 94105 415-808-1722 415-974-1367 Fax www.securitasinc.omc Securitas is uniquely positioned to offer a full range of customized services to meet the specific security needs of any organization. Here are some of the customized services that we offer: Physical Security Services, Mobile Patrol, Systems Integration, Consulting and Investigation, Special Event and Crowd control Security. We work closely with each client, listening carefully and applying our expertise to offer a solution that meets specialized training and specific service needs. Call us today! Contact Person: Ron Kane, Business Development Manager Ron.Kane@securitasinc.com

SIGNAGE ARTSIGNS ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS 165 San Lazaro Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94087 408-245-7133 408-245-1389 Fax www.artsigns.net Artsigns Architectural Graphics is one of California’s leading architectural sign

companies. In business for nearly 50 years, we are known as a company you can depend on for creative, cost effective solution, on-time service, and long-lasting, good looking signs., See for yourself why property, corporate facility and real estate managers, architects, designers, health care providers, building owners, construction companies, and developers of multi-tenant properties

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CORPORATE SIGN SYSTEMS 1014 Timothy Dr. San Jose, CA 95133 408-292-1600 408-292-1673 Fax www.corporatesigns.com Corporate Sign Systems is one of the leading sign firms in Northern California, creating some of the most significant corporate architectural signage projects in the Silicon Valley. We are proud to be an industry leader in the art and science of sign design and fabrication. Whether your project is a corporate campus, mixed use development, medical, institutional or educational venue, Corporate Sign Systems is the right company for your project. For visitors with disabilities, we follow the most recent accessibility requirements to design signage that looks great, and functions great—for everyone. We have the expertise to help you transform an anonymous property into an area landmark. Let our experts with decades of experience design and craft the ‘jewelry’ for the structures you build.”

DSIGN ART, INC. 3428 Hillcrest Ave., Ste 150 Antioch, CA 94531 925-933-9677 925-933-9784 Fax www.dsignart.com EXPRESS SIGN CRAFT 375 Meridian Ave. San Jose, CA 95126 408-885-9900 www.expresssign.com

SKY POWER SYSTEMS 3130 Crow Canyon Rd., Ste F 925-394-4340 925-327-0980 925-226-0628 Fax www.skypowersystems.com Sky Power Systems has been in the solar design and installation business since 2001. We have become a leading provider of turnkey solar electric and pool heating systems in the Bay Area. We use the very best products that are leaders in their market categories. We provide the very best service-we provide the highest levels of workmanship by skilled technicians with decades of experience, paying closest attention to the smallest detail. Your solution will be done right and look great, providing power for years to come. You will notice the difference. If there is a problem, we respond promptly and get your system back in order ASAP. The very best prices-you do not need to pay extra for quality! We will design, install and warranty your solar system at a very fair price and will match any competitors price for a like system. We handle all of the paperwork and finance the generous California Solar Initiative rebates. Sky Power Systems is a licensed, bonded and insured (to $2 million) General Contractor (Class B) in the state of California, License #800947.

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TAB SALES OF CALIFORNIA 830 Burlway Rd. Burlingame, CA 94080 650-375-7140 650-375-7141 Fax TAB Sales of California specializes in space efficient storage solutions and document management solutions for businesses today. Whether you are storing active records, SPRING 2016 BAY AREA BUILDING MANAGEMENT GUIDE

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archival records, supplies, video tape, or DVD’s, TAB can customized a space efficient solution with your space in mind. TAB is the leader when it comes to active records management solutions and services, including records moves and records integration services for mergers and consolidations. Our mailroom furniture systems address the organization’s central mail room all the way satellite mail station in each department. Contact TAB for more information.

SWEEPING MARTIN’S SWEEPING SERVICE P.O.Box 23314 Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 925-672-2060 925-229-5343 Fax Martin’s Sweeping Service has been servicing Contra Costa and Alameda Counties for the past 27 years. We use trucks mounted with air sweepers for parking areas as well as hand and backpack blowers to clean debris from areas inaccessible to sweepers. Every truck is equipped with a broom and shovel for heavier items. Our company also provides the following services: hot pressure washing, exchanging trash can liners, hauling, removing debris from landscaping areas, and cleaning trash enclosures. Martin Sweeping Service is committed to customer satisfaction and offers competitive pricing. Our business is never subcontracted out to other parties and the personal relationships we provide to our clients ensures thorough and complete work. UNIVERSAL SWEEPING Complete Property Maintenance Company P.O.Box 28010 San Jose, CA 95159 800-647-9337 www.universalsweeping.com

TRAINING NTT, INC. 7337 S. Revere Pkwy Centennial, CO 80112 Sales Manager: Brian Dew 303-957-4389 bdew@nttinc.com National Technology Transfer is the nation’s leading industrial training provider. We provide


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industrial training in NFPA 70E, 2008 NEC®, Hydraulics, HVAC, PLCs, Troubleshooting, and many more. Our seminars are taught using lecture and hands-on methods by instructors who are industry experts in their fields. All of our training can be taught at your facility for any number of students.

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ARBORWELL Professional Tree Management 888-969-8733 510-881-5208 Fax www.arborwell.com As Northern California’s leading tree care company, Arborwell can help you improve the appearance and value of your property with trees that are healthy, safe and beautiful. Our offices in Hayward, San Mateo, Sacramento and San Jose service the arboricultural needs for many of Northern California’s largest commercial and property management companies. Arborwell is a trusted leader when it comes to protecting and maintaining trees in all kinds of settings; including corporate campuses, parks, housing developments, shopping centers and individual estates. Whatever your arboricultural needs, our “certified arborists” are ready with the latest technology and impeccable customer service. To learn about how commercial and property management companies can take advantage of our no obligation assessment of your tree and plant health care needs, please call Arborwell at 888. 969.8733 or visit us on the web at www. arborwell.com to schedule an appointment. —Peter Sortwell, President

BARTLETT TREE EXPERTS 60 Hoag Ave. San Rafael, CA 94901 415-472-4300 415-472-8651 Fax www.bartlett.com

Bartlett has the most Certified Arborists and Board Certified Master Arborists in the Bay Area and has provided scientific tree and shrub care since 1907 with our one-of-a-kind Bartlett research laboratory. Our crews are highly skilled and trained tree care teams and Plant Health Care technicians. Services: Tree and Shrub Evaluations, Pruning, Cabling, Bracing, Soil Analysis, Root Collar Excavation, Natural Pest & Disease Management, Prescription Fertilization, detailed GPS/ GIS Inventories and Management plans. Bartlett Tree Experts has five offices throughout the Bay Area.

treatments to meet your needs and exceed your expectations. When you choose Davey, you choose a tree company that’s competitive in price and committed to developing a long-term, trouble-free relationship.

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MAGNUM INTERIOR 1205 Ames Ave. Milpitas, CA 95035 408-570-0052 408-957-8947 Fax www.magnumdrywall.com

DAVEY TREE EXPERT CO. San Jose-South Bay 1055 Commercial Ct San Jose, CA 95112 408-453-3389 408-453-2940 Fax DAVEY TREE EXPERT CO. San Ramon-East Bay 500 Deerwood Rd San Ramon, CA 94583 925-855-9974 925-855-9973 Fax DAVEY TREE EXPERT CO. San Francisco 131 Industrial Way Brisbane, CA 94005 415-468-9180 415-468-9181 Fax DAVEY TREE EXPERT CO. Mid-Peninsula 119 Independence Dr. Menlo Park, CA 94025 650-475-5400 625-475-5408 Fax Davey Tree has been the preferred tree care provider on some of North America’s most prestigious grounds since our founding in 1880. Our four offices in the Bay Area offer a complete range of arboricultural services including pruning, deep root fertilization, removal and stump grinding and a full array of diagnostic care and

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What can World Priority Construction do for your company?

Since 1991 Magnum Drywall has been dedicated to providing customers with the most professional approach to drywall, acoustical T-Bar ceiling and painting needs. Magnum Interior is the most recent addition to the Magnum Drywall family and is made up of personnel who have specialized in the supply, coordination, and installation of Ultrawall ® Demountable Partition Systems, doors, frames and hardware for over 25 years. We strive to be the premier supplier of products and service in our industry. Let our expert staff help streamline your next construction job.

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World Priority is a diversified builder with experience in a wide range of property-use categories. We are experienced in all types of construction for commercial and residential from shell, remodeling of interior & exterior, build to suit improvements & market ready TI upgrades. Commercial Specializing in –Market Ready TI– –Build Out Construction–

ALL CHEMICAL DISPOSAL 21 Great Oaks Blvd. San Jose, CA 95119 San Jose, CA 95119 408-363-1660 408-363-3587 www.allcheminc.com BFI WASTE MANAGEMENT 1995 Old Oakland Rd. San Jose, CA 95131 408-432-1234 408-383-9521 Fax www.bfisanjose.com NORCAL WASTE SYSTEMS 160 Pacific Ave., Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94111 415-875-1000 415-875-1124 Fax www.goldengatedisposal.com WASTE MANAGEMENT 1675 Rogers Ave. San Jose, CA 95112 408-392-3004 408-392-3051 Fax www.wm.com

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IDEAL DRYING 432 N. Canal St., Suite 16 So. San Francisco, CA 94080 800-379-6881 650-588-6945 Fax www.ideal1.com

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Solving the mold Problem: Why have mold losses been so difficult to control? One possible answer may be that a commitment must be made by all parties: the architect, construction company, building owner, manager and tenants. Everyone involved must be dedicated and this is difficult to achieve for obvious reasons. Our assertion is that water intrusion events should be addressed quickly and professionally! Ideal Drying has specialized in water loss, sewage backflows and mold remediation. We are a true 24/7 company.

WINDOW CLEANING BAY AREA MAINTENANCE 1107 Shasta St Redwood City, CA 94063 800-941-0660 650-368-3458 Fax www.bayareaexperts.com Bay Area Maintenance has been serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1951. We offer the following services: janitorial services, high rise window cleaning, carpet and floor maintenance, construction clean up, lighting maintenance, power washing and steam cleaning, and house cleaning and maid service 24 hr emergency service available.

WINDOW FILM CLEAR-WALL 130 E. Sunnyoaks Ave. Campbell, CA 95008 408-378-8468 408-370-7490 Fax www.solarfilmnetwork.com WINDOW WORKS 521 Charcot Ave., Ste 209 San Jose, CA 95131 877-677-0067 www.windowworksca.com


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