National Park Service
As part of the National Park Service’s relocation of its regional offices, Huntsman planned and designed four contiguous offices at 333 Bush Street to accommodate future growth needs for the agency. The 66,000 square foot facility is designed to the GSA’s requirements for LEED-CI Gold certification, which influenced the configuration of the offices of the various departments within the NPS. Private offices were placed along the building core to allow available daylight to permeate throughout the lower floors of this downtown high-rise. Open workstations line the window line and face a central building light well.
The new offices consolidate space for The Office of Environmental Policy and Compliance (OPEC), The Office of the Solicitor, Natural Resources, Fire Safety, Commercial Services, Financial Management, Contracting and Procurement, and the agency’s IT department. As OPEC works closely with bureau counterparts in the Department of the Interior’s environmental policies and guidance, a planning objective was to create an open work environment for visiting staff and colleagues and hoteling stations to support mobile work.
Client Brookfield Properties and U.S. General Services Administration
Location San Francisco, CA
Scope Relocation, Office Planning and Design (LEED-CI Gold certified)
Size 66,000 square feet
Credits Photography by Sharon Risedorph