FivePoint Gateway
Irvine, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Pinky Francisco
COMPLETION DATE
January 1, 2020
CLIENT
Gensler - Newport Beach
PROJECT TYPE
Commercial Office

The Broadcom campus sits on a 73-acre site across a public road and future entry to the Orange County Great Park in Irvine. This greenfield site project includes four buildings totaling 1,060,000 square feet, two five-story lab office buildings, and two core and shell buildings. The campus consists of a full-service kitchen and cafeteria and two bridges, one of which is an all-hands gathering area for two thousand employees. Each building has a stand-alone central plant and emergency generator. The electronic laboratories for research, design, and testing represent 25% of the space.

tk1sc performed a series of tenant improvements in the two shell buildings, including the development of amenity spaces of the ground level of the buildings, including; a cafeteria, conference center, locker room shower facility, and roof deck lounge area. Efforts also included a Class A tenant improvement for the Project’s Owner. tk1sc designed the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems for all four buildings and the site to achieve LEED Silver Certification.

Mechanical Solutions: FivePoint was a high-end tenant improvement with decorative ceiling types, ranging from open ceilings, floating ceilings, and ceilings that change in elevation with unique HVAC solutions. Multiple walls were curved, and to match the aesthetic, linear diffusers were curved to the same radius. Despite the open ceiling, no VAV boxes are visible. The suite has an MDF and IDF room that both operate 24/7 with redundancy. 

The breakroom is complete with a kitchen hood and exhaust fan suitable for a professional chef, which proved to be a significant obstacle in the project’s design. However, tk1sc suggested using a vertical shaft reserved in the original plan for an unbuilt atrium instead of adding a new exhaust shaft, saving both project dollars and lease space. The lobby is a hard lid with cove pockets, requiring the main supply air ductwork to be flattened to fit underneath beams and hot water piping to be routed away so we could achieve the desired pocket heights.

PROJECT TEAM:
Ron Zawadzki
Philip Cord
Jeff Hall
Pinky Francisco
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©Gensler / Ryan Gobuty
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PROJECT LEADER
Pinky Francisco
COMPLETION DATE
January 1, 2020
CLIENT
Gensler - Newport Beach
PROJECT TYPE
Commercial Office

The Broadcom campus sits on a 73-acre site across a public road and future entry to the Orange County Great Park in Irvine. This greenfield site project includes four buildings totaling 1,060,000 square feet, two five-story lab office buildings, and two core and shell buildings. The campus consists of a full-service kitchen and cafeteria and two bridges, one of which is an all-hands gathering area for two thousand employees. Each building has a stand-alone central plant and emergency generator. The electronic laboratories for research, design, and testing represent 25% of the space.

tk1sc performed a series of tenant improvements in the two shell buildings, including the development of amenity spaces of the ground level of the buildings, including; a cafeteria, conference center, locker room shower facility, and roof deck lounge area. Efforts also included a Class A tenant improvement for the Project’s Owner. tk1sc designed the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems for all four buildings and the site to achieve LEED Silver Certification.

Mechanical Solutions: FivePoint was a high-end tenant improvement with decorative ceiling types, ranging from open ceilings, floating ceilings, and ceilings that change in elevation with unique HVAC solutions. Multiple walls were curved, and to match the aesthetic, linear diffusers were curved to the same radius. Despite the open ceiling, no VAV boxes are visible. The suite has an MDF and IDF room that both operate 24/7 with redundancy. 

The breakroom is complete with a kitchen hood and exhaust fan suitable for a professional chef, which proved to be a significant obstacle in the project’s design. However, tk1sc suggested using a vertical shaft reserved in the original plan for an unbuilt atrium instead of adding a new exhaust shaft, saving both project dollars and lease space. The lobby is a hard lid with cove pockets, requiring the main supply air ductwork to be flattened to fit underneath beams and hot water piping to be routed away so we could achieve the desired pocket heights.

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FivePoint Gateway
Irvine, CA
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FivePoint Gateway
PROJECT LEADER
Pinky Francisco
COMPLETION DATE
January 1, 2020
CLIENT
Gensler - Newport Beach
PROJECT TYPE
Commercial Office

The Broadcom campus sits on a 73-acre site across a public road and future entry to the Orange County Great Park in Irvine. This greenfield site project includes four buildings totaling 1,060,000 square feet, two five-story lab office buildings, and two core and shell buildings. The campus consists of a full-service kitchen and cafeteria and two bridges, one of which is an all-hands gathering area for two thousand employees. Each building has a stand-alone central plant and emergency generator. The electronic laboratories for research, design, and testing represent 25% of the space.

tk1sc performed a series of tenant improvements in the two shell buildings, including the development of amenity spaces of the ground level of the buildings, including; a cafeteria, conference center, locker room shower facility, and roof deck lounge area. Efforts also included a Class A tenant improvement for the Project’s Owner. tk1sc designed the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems for all four buildings and the site to achieve LEED Silver Certification.

Mechanical Solutions: FivePoint was a high-end tenant improvement with decorative ceiling types, ranging from open ceilings, floating ceilings, and ceilings that change in elevation with unique HVAC solutions. Multiple walls were curved, and to match the aesthetic, linear diffusers were curved to the same radius. Despite the open ceiling, no VAV boxes are visible. The suite has an MDF and IDF room that both operate 24/7 with redundancy. 

The breakroom is complete with a kitchen hood and exhaust fan suitable for a professional chef, which proved to be a significant obstacle in the project’s design. However, tk1sc suggested using a vertical shaft reserved in the original plan for an unbuilt atrium instead of adding a new exhaust shaft, saving both project dollars and lease space. The lobby is a hard lid with cove pockets, requiring the main supply air ductwork to be flattened to fit underneath beams and hot water piping to be routed away so we could achieve the desired pocket heights.

PROJECT TEAM:
Ron Zawadzki
Philip Cord
Jeff Hall
Pinky Francisco
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FivePoint Gateway

Client

Gensler - Newport Beach
Location
Irvine, CA

The Broadcom campus sits on a 73-acre site across a public road and future entry to the Orange County Great Park in Irvine. This greenfield site project includes four buildings totaling 1,060,000 square feet, two five-story lab office buildings, and two core and shell buildings. The campus consists of a full-service kitchen and cafeteria and two bridges, one of which is an all-hands gathering area for two thousand employees. Each building has a stand-alone central plant and emergency generator. The electronic laboratories for research, design, and testing represent 25% of the space.

tk1sc performed a series of tenant improvements in the two shell buildings, including the development of amenity spaces of the ground level of the buildings, including; a cafeteria, conference center, locker room shower facility, and roof deck lounge area. Efforts also included a Class A tenant improvement for the Project’s Owner. tk1sc designed the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and technology systems for all four buildings and the site to achieve LEED Silver Certification.

Mechanical Solutions: FivePoint was a high-end tenant improvement with decorative ceiling types, ranging from open ceilings, floating ceilings, and ceilings that change in elevation with unique HVAC solutions. Multiple walls were curved, and to match the aesthetic, linear diffusers were curved to the same radius. Despite the open ceiling, no VAV boxes are visible. The suite has an MDF and IDF room that both operate 24/7 with redundancy. 

The breakroom is complete with a kitchen hood and exhaust fan suitable for a professional chef, which proved to be a significant obstacle in the project’s design. However, tk1sc suggested using a vertical shaft reserved in the original plan for an unbuilt atrium instead of adding a new exhaust shaft, saving both project dollars and lease space. The lobby is a hard lid with cove pockets, requiring the main supply air ductwork to be flattened to fit underneath beams and hot water piping to be routed away so we could achieve the desired pocket heights.

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