Salesforce Tower is the tallest building in the San Francisco skyline. The high-rise building stands at 1,070 feet tall and 60-stories. The glass and metal accents on the exterior taper to accentuate the curved features of the building.
Command Commissioning provided Fundamental and Enhanced LEED® commissioning for this facility and commissioned the following equipment: chillers, cooling towers, boilers, heat exchangers, HVAC pumps, VFD’s, tri-path AHU’s, VAV’s, DX split air conditioning units, fan/blower coil units, garage supply and exhaust, exhaust fans, transfer fans, building management & controls, lighting controls, and 600 volt feeders.
Salesforce Tower connects directly to the transit center below grade, and is built adjacent to a 5.4 acre public park.
Sustainability features include the use of full outside air economizer ventilation systems, floor-by-floor air intake, under-floor air distribution, integrated metal sunshades, high-performance glass, floor-to-ceiling windows, and comprehensive water recycling systems.
Owner: Boston Propoerties/Hines
Design Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli
MEP Engineer: WSP Group
GC: Clark Construction