SFO’s Consolidated Administration Campus (CAC) – Master Plan
In 2014, as a sub-consultant to HKS, Robin Chiang & Company (RCCo) assisted in the development of the Master Plan for San Francisco International Airport’s Consolidated Administration Campus (CAC). The Program will provide for the design and construction of an administration campus with easy access to landside, terminal, and airside activities. The new facilities will accommodate all Commission staff whose functions do not require their office be located within a terminal space. The campus will consolidate administrative and technical departments to create an efficient, effective, and sustainable work environment.
The project will contain office space, museum workshops and storage, a daycare center, a conference center, and two parking garage structures. The new San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Administrative Campus will consolidate office space located throughout the airport with the goal of improving occupant health and productivity, lowering operating costs, and minimizing adverse environmental impacts to demonstrate SFO’s continued commitment to sustainable design. Toward this end, the SFO team has established aggressive energy performance targets and benchmarking goals. New campus buildings are targeting LEED Platinum certification (under LEEDv4) and a Zero Net Energy (ZNE) capable performance target.
The selected site is immediately adjacent to the AirTrain Station and currently occupied by an Architecture & Engineering company (Bldg. 676) and the SFO Museum Curatorial Building (Bldg. 670). These buildings are at the end of their lifecycle and will be removed as part of the phased campus redevelopment.