: project milestones

Advancing Sustainable Design for the City of San Francisco.

RMW is happy to announce that 1155 Market Street has been awarded LEED Gold Certification. The environmental and sustainable goals for the 107,377-SF renovation and tenant improvement project were threefold. First was to achieve LEED Gold certification. The second and […]

Energy Commission Grant to Transform Low-Income Housing

RMW architecture & interiors is part of a design team awarded a $3 million grant by the California Energy Commission to renovate an existing mixed-use building in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood into a model of zero net energy (ZNE) design. ZNE […]

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz Inaugurates Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s General Purpose Lab

U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz was on hand October 23 to inaugurate Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s newest building. Designed by RMW architecture & interiors, the 43,000-square-foot General Purpose Laboratory will help “combat climate change and support economic growth […]

SF Environment Offices Certified LEED Platinum

The San Francisco Department of the Environment (SF Environment) has announced that its office has achieved LEED Platinum certification, the top green building certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The project serves as a municipal model for creating an […]

Lawrence Berkeley National Labs Building 74 Achieves LEED Platinum

RMW has received notification that Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Building 74 has been certified LEED Platinum by the Green Building Certification Institute. The project is LBNL’s first LEED Platinum certified building, designed to be consistent with the Department of Energy’s Office […]