Contractors have completed the final building in Liberty Station's office district.
In May, contractor BYCOR completed the 109,102-square-foot Liberty Station Building 902 located in the 361-acre redevelopment area previously occupied by the Naval Training Center.
Designed by KMA Architecture & Engineering, the building is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.
The $10.8 million building is the seventh and final building in a 22-acre commercial site.
The building stands three stories high and features arched windows, tile accents, stucco walls and clay-tiled roofs, allowing it to fit in with the adjacent historic district buildings.
In the interest of achieving the LEED certification, the project included sustainable features such as wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, large windows to allow natural light to pass into the building and low-flow water fixtures.
Parking spaces are reserved for low-emissions and fuel-efficient vehicles. The building incorporates only low VOC paints, coatings and sealants.
The project incorporated only materials manufactured within a 500-mile radius of Liberty Station, in order to reduce the environmental impacts of transportation.
Tenants of the Liberty Station office district as of February 2007 included The Corky McMillin Cos., Cubic Defense Applications, Ginostech Inc. and Countywide Financial Services, according to Corky McMillin.
In addition to the office district, Liberty Station incorporates 349 single- and multi-family homes, two hotels, retail stores and 125 acres of open space.
Subcontractors on the project include structural engineers Burkett & Wong, civil engineer Richard Lang and landscape architecture firm Teshima Design. Facility Solutions provided the interior services.