Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Baronian and Danielson, Landscape Architects (firm); Desai, Raj T., Associates, Structural Engineers (firm); Lowney - Kaldveer, Soils Engineers (firm); Robinson and Mills, Architecture and Planning (firm); Webcor Builders, Incorporated (firm); Baronian (landscape architect); Glenn Bauer (architect); Danielson (landscape architect); Raj Desai (structural engineer); Phil Faccenda (architect); Samuel Hanna (architect); Kaldveer (engineer); Lowney (engineer); Matthew Richard Mills (architect); John Pihl (architect); Chalfant David Robinson (architect); John Sinclair (architect); Fred Stark (architect); Harend M. der Sarkissian (architect)

Dates: [unspecified]

4 stories

50 Francisco Street
Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94133

Building History

The San Francisco firm of Robinson and Mills, Architecture and Planning, designed this four-building ensemble for the Francisco Bay Office Park Partnership. As originally planned, it was to contain two office blocks, conceived to stylistically reflect neighboring warehouse buildings, and a triangular, a two-floor restaurant building placed between the office buildings and a multi-floor parking garage adjoining the southern tower.

C. David Robinson was the firm's partner-in-charge, while the firm's project architect was Samuel Hanna. Other Robinson and Mills employees who worked on it were Glenn Bauer, Phil Facenda, John Pihl, John Sinclair, and Fred Stark. Raj T. Desai Associates were the structural engineers. Lowney-Kaldveer handled foundation and soils engineering, and Baronian and Danielson were the landscape architects. Webcor Builders, Incorporated, acted as the general contractor.


Fagerstrom Engineering supervised the installation of a new chilled water HVAC system at the Francisco Bay Office Park in wither the late 2010s or early 2020s. It web site described it: "Mechanical and Electrical design for installation of new chilled water system with one Multistack Turbocore chiller with a capacity of 320 tons of cooling, forced-draft cooling tower, pumps, piping, and cooling coils. Implementation of code required “Refrigeration Machinery Room Upgrade” including: ventilation system, refrigerant alarm system, emergency shutdown controls, refrigerant emergency release venting, and exiting requirements." (See Fagerstrom, "Francisco Bay Office Park," accessed 06/01/2022.

PCAD id: 24393