Sprig Electric's San Francisco Office Charts Rapid Growth with Completion of Transbay Block 6 and Wiring of 505 Brannan Building
SAN FRANCISCO, CA Sprig Electric announces that its San Francisco, California, office has recently completed the electrical infrastructure for Transbay Block 6 and has been awarded a contract to build the electrical infrastructure at 505 Brannan in San Francisco.
Transbay Block 6 is a 32-story, 409-unit luxury high-rise complex in San Francisco's South of Market (SoMa) District. The complex, located at 299 Fremont Street, includes an apartment tower, townhome residences, a ground-level courtyard and street-front retail, all 3 blocks from the Transbay Transit Center. The San Francisco office of Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) designed the apartment community, and will serve as the architect of record; the general contractor is a joint venture between Balfour Beatty and Cahill Contractors LLC.
The seven-story building at 505 Brannan will become the home of Pinterest. The architect is Heller Manus and the General Contractor is Swinerton Builders. Sprig Electric will provide electrical services and low voltage infrastructure for the 150,000-square-foot facility, as well as install the security system. Completion is scheduled for the fall of 2017. Sprig Electric has also been awarded a contract to complete electrical services for 500 Folsom, a 42-story apartment high-rise known as Transbay Block 9.
Executive Vice President Rick Clinton said Sprig Electric's San Francisco office opened in 2010 with 4 employees, and has since expanded to 25 office staff and over 100 electricians in the field. "We are proud of the growth that Sprig Electric has experienced in San Francisco, and recently celebrated our 6th anniversary at our 65 Oak Grove Street location," Clinton said. "San Francisco's expansion in both the tech sectors and the multi-family housing market has helped to fuel our growth."
Sprig Electric also announced it has recently completed tenant improvements for several other San Francisco projects, including two facilities that are headquartered within the new Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Bay Area Headquarters Authority (BAHA) at 375 Beale Street. These include a 30,000-square-foot buildout of a customer service center for Bay Area FasTrak, and a 13,000-square-foot tenant improvement for offices of Rutherford + Chekene, a structural engineering firm.
Ongoing projects at 375 Beale Street including a buildout for the ADA CafÃ© and retail store; a 90,000-square-foot tenant improvement for Twilio Inc., a technology startup; and a 20,000-square-foot buildout for Degenkolb Engineers.