Bringing Hope, Health, & Wellness at 470 Castro

GCI just completed a full building renovation of 474 Castro Street for the SFAIDS Foundation.  This project was made successful by a committed group of donors, local leaders, public health officials, and the tremendous support of the vibrant local community.  Designed by Gensler, the building is now a center focusing on gay and bi men’s health and wellness. View Project …


Making Invention Accessible at Quirky

Quirky, an invention and product development company, recently engaged GCI to help turn a 1920s motor works factory in San Francisco into a 21st century design, prototyping, and manufacturing facility. The key elements of the project, built within a fast-track schedule, included the installation of a fixed-axis CNC machine, two industrial-grade 3D printers, an injection molder, an electrical engineering lab, …


Creating Views for YouTube

As YouTube continues to grow, GCI and Huntsman Architectural Group are collaborating on an innovative new campus headquarters in San Bruno, CA. The most recently completed phase is a unique workplace for the future and includes multiple collaboration areas with video conferencing, event and community spaces, innovation labs, and several employee cafeterias. When the campus is complete, it will include …

Ford Research

Steering Auto Technology Into the Future

GCI recently completed the Ford Research and Innovation Center located in the Stanford Research Park in Palo Alto. The space was built to accelerate Ford’s development of technologies and experiments in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, and the customer experience while furthering relationships between Ford and Bay Area technology companies and universities.

Knoll Show Room

Knoll Reinvents the Showroom

Recently featured in Interior Design magazine, the new San Francisco showroom for the furniture design firm Knoll combines refined detailing and a playful use of color and texture. The showroom, at 140 New Montgomery Street in the city’s SOMA district, showcases the full range of Knoll’s workplace and residential furnishings and demanded precise coordination between architecture, lighting and furniture. GCI …


A New Green Construction Standard for NGCA

NextGen Climate Action works to focus attention on climate change by supporting and pursuing various environmental issues and policies. For their new San Francisco headquarters, GCI aligned with Mark Horton Architecture and Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects to create one of the first projects in the world to comply with two of the most rigorous environmental building standards. Within the Living …