Sheppard Mullin was awarded silver LEED certification for this 3 year, 100,000 sq. ft. 5- level restack/tenant improvement of their 333 South Hope St office in downtown Los Angeles. The multi-phase project commenced in 2008, and ARC Engineering designed the distinctive MEP systems needed to lower water and energy usage and improve indoor air quality for the prominent and visionary law firm.
ARC focused on bringing improved and automated reduced energy lighting for the workspaces, which previously received little to no daylight whatsoever. The upgraded plumbing system they designed lead to a 20%-30% reduction in water usage. Sheppard Mullin’s LEED scorecard shows points gained for optimized lighting power and HVAC energy performance as well as enhanced commissioning.
ARC teamed with Felderman Keatinge + Associates and Environmental Contracting Corporation on the $10 million project which finished construction early 2011. The new space proudly conveys the message of sustainability and reflects well upon Sheppard Mullin’s prestigious and innovative firm.