STOK SERVICES PROVIDED
- LEED v4 New Construction Consulting
- LEED Energy Modeling & Net Zero Energy PV Sizing Support
- LEED v4 Materials Specifications Development
The South Field Tenant Relocation (SFTR) Building 624 is an example of one of the many infrastructure and campus relocation projects that San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is undertaking as it expands, modernizes, and reaches for Campus Net Zero Energy by 2021. stok supported these efforts on B624 through analysis of daylighting, cost efficient PV integration, and energy saving HVAC & DHW concepts. stok also supported the Airport by preparing a successful waiver request, allowing the project to use refrigerants in exchange for large operational emissions reductions.
The project is a new office and ground service equipment building to support SFO’s replacement and expansion of Terminal 1. The two tenants of Building 624 will perform welding, oil and tire changes, fabrication, engines and transmission rebuilds, painting, and electrical and hydraulic repairs. Project progress was suspended at the end of design due to changes in Airport program requirements.
ANNUAL ENERGY SAVINGS
PERCENT BELOW ENERGY CODE
16% below ASHRAE 90.1-2010
ANNUAL EMISSIONS PREVENTED
LANDFILL WASTE DIVERTED
TBD at project completion
PERCENT BELOW WATER CODE
ANNUAL WATER SAVINGS
ON-SITE RENEWABLE ENERGY