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Perkins Eastman Opens Office in San Francisco

Perkins Eastman Opens Office in San Francisco
Courtesy of Perkins Eastman
Courtesy of Perkins Eastman

The Executive Committee of top international design and architecture firm Perkins Eastman is pleased to announce that the firm is expanding its presence on the West Coast by opening an office in downtown San Francisco, which is rapidly becoming a thriving city for architecture making it an ideal location for an additional office. Located at 23 Geary Street in the One Kearny building, the 8,100 sf office will accommodate a growing staff of 45. Managing Principal Leslie Moldow FAIA is joined by Principals Dan Akol AIA and Rick Drake AIA and Associate Principal John Amanat AIA in leading the office. The office is expected to be complete and ready to occupy on November 1, 2011. More information on the firm’s expansion after the break.

Located at the intersection Kearney and Market Streets, One Kearny is an architecturally significant building in the heart of San Francisco’s financial and cultural districts—steps from Union Square, galleries, and museums.

Bradford Perkins FAIA, Chairman and CEO of Perkins Eastman, says of the expansion, “Perkins Eastman has an unparalleled ability to draw expertise across practice areas and from offices around the world, and we are building our West Coast presence in the Bay Area to better serve a growing roster of clients stretching from Los Angeles to Vancouver, BC; as well as clients in the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America.”

Established for more than six years in the Bay Area, Perkins Eastman has a reputation for bringing creative design, humanity and purpose to their work focused on healthcare, senior living, education, hospitality, housing, and commercial architecture and interior design. Current clients include Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, Atria Senior Living, Center for Elders Independence, Children’s Hospital Oakland, Chinese Hospital of San Francisco, Department of Veterans Affairs, Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, EAH Housing, Elder Care Alliance, Emirates Airlines, Episcopal Senior Communities, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Highland Hospital, Hilton Hotels, Jewish Home of San Francisco, John Muir Health, Kaiser Oakland, Mills Peninsula Health Services, NCPH Presbyterian Homes, Palo Alto Center, and the University of California San Francisco, among others.

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Alison Furuto
Cite: Alison Furuto. "Perkins Eastman Opens Office in San Francisco" 04 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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