Uber Mission Bay 3+4
San Francisco, California
Uber’s new consolidated campus consists of four office buildings totaling over one million SF of space. Two of the towers, Mission Bay 3+4, are located on the Chase Center campus. Initially part of the development for the new Golden State Warriors home, SSR was already engaged in the project, having provided MEP and sustainability services for the arena and for the core and shell of Mission Bay 3+4. When Uber was announced as the sole tenant for the office towers, SSR’s sustainability group remained involved for the build out, providing sustainability consulting, enhanced commissioning, and monitoring-based commissioning services.
Each state-of-the-art tower is unique. Looking to be good stewards of the environment, Mission Bay 3+4 have numerous impressive sustainability features. Examples included highly sustainable materials favored during construction; the site’s proximity to amenities and public transportation make it pedestrian friendly and reduce dependency on cars; bike racks available nearby; a campus wide no smoking policy; a high construction waste diversion through the help of a local hauler that separates waste offsite
The buildings were intentionally designed to foster creativity and innovation, while also allowing employees to be their best selves. Every floor has a different layout, some with terrace balconies, cafeterias, lively and quiet zones, a gym, and other amenities for occupant comfort. Placing equal emphasis on occupant well-being as building performance, each Uber tower is pursuing LEED Gold® and WELL Gold certifications. SSR, as sustainability consultant, is closely coordinating with the design and construction team for Mission Bay 1+2 as necessary related to WELL certification. The office towers are on track to be occupied in 2020.