10 Stories on 10th and O: A State Office Building Comes to Life
California state government workers needed somewhere to work while the Capitol Annex was being renovated. The solution was a 10-story building with space for offices, meeting rooms, hearings, caucuses, and integrated parking. Learn how the plumbing and piping experts at JWM helped create a beautiful, efficient and award-winning office building.
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Herlong Federal Correctional Institution
The medium security Federal Correctional Institute (FCI) facility near Herlong, California is $120 Million design-build facility that includes 23 buildings with 636,000 sq feet of structure. The structure called for 312,000 sq feet of exterior site-cast wall panels
Department of State Hospitals-Coalinga
Department of State Hospitals – Coalinga is a 1,500-bed psychiatric hospital for repeat sexual offenders who have completed their prison sentence and have been committed for extended treatment. The maximum-security facility combines internal and external security with community oversight to meet the community’s needs.
140 New Montgomery St.
Remodel of the San Francisco’s historic Pacific Telephone and Telegraph building office built in 1925.
Google Moffett Place MP1, MP2, MP5 T.I.s
TI buildout of 3 buildings for Google
Facebook Park Tower
Design-build plumbing for the 43-story Facebook-leased building in San Francisco.
Apple’s Wolfe Campus
Worked on 2 buildings, both with 2 levels of podium parking and 4 levels of office space.
UC Berkeley SAHPC
Plan and spec plumbing for Cal’s 142,000-sq.-ft. student athlete training center.
National Bowling Stadium
Plan and spec plumbing for Reno’s iconic sports complex, complete with “bowling ball” dome.