PG&E Space Consolidation
LCA Architects and the design team completed an inventory of existing conditions, a needs analysis, space consolidation and personnel relocation of over 28 units/sections both in the San Francisco and San Ramon offices of PG&E. Technical and Ecological service employee office space was reduced by 19,500 square feet which resulted in the long-term reduction of the cost of leasing office space. Thirteen laboratories were upgraded and/or remodeled. Consolidation and relocation was coordinated to conduct the work with minimal disruption to staff and office functions. Packing factors and efficiency ratios as well as probable construction costs were developed for each option. This work enabled PG&E to improve the net usable area ratios and to save over $300,000 per year in rent and lease costs. A migration plan was developed with fixed budgets for each phase.
Location: San Francisco & San Ramon