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Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Headquarters

Palo Alto, CA

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Headquarters

OverviewGordon and Betty Moore Foundation Headquarters TEECOM

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation relocated from the San Francisco Presidio to a 60,000 sf, 2-story office building in Palo Alto. This building serves as its corporate office. The Foundation’s headquarters was renovated with emphasis on the environment and sustainability. The project received LEED Platinum certification and is recognized as one of the “greenest” office buildings in the Bay Area for its design and usage of integrated project delivery methods.

(Photograph ©Mark Zecchin)

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Headquarters TEECOMTEECOM’s Contribution

TEECOM completed program, integrated technology design, engineering, construction administration, and project management for this facility. This includes voice and data, an incoming telecommunications and grounding system, a cable television distribution system, a data network system design and move, a PBX and voicemail system, server room design and layout, audiovisual presentation systems, access control and alarm monitoring, video surveillance, and an intrusion detection system.

(Photograph ©Mark Zecchin)

Services Provided

Telecom

Telecom

IT Spaces (MDF, IDFs, Server Room), Pathways, Structured Cabling, Communications Services; Grounding & Bonding; Cable Television Distribution

Audiovisual

Audiovisual

Audiovisual Presentation Systems

Security

Security

Access Control and Alarm Monitoring; Video Surveillance; Intrusion Detection System

Project Management

Project Management

Move Coordination, Vendor & Procurement Management, Commissioning

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Headquarters

Location 1661 Page Mill Road Palo Alto CA, 94304

Project Type Corporate Headquarters

Project Team

Project Size

60,000 sf

Completion Date

2009

LEED Certification

LEED Platinum

Project Awards

2010 AIA Santa Clara Valley Merit Award

2009 San Jose Business Journal Green Project of the Year – Private

Photographer

©Mark Zecchin

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