Britannia Oyster Point (Phases I and II)

The Britannia Oyster Point project is the 2-phase construction of a biopharmaceutical research and development campus on 22 acres in South San Francisco. Hathaway Dinwiddie’s work on the campus consisted of both core and cold shell, and interior build out.

Phase 1 features seven 3 and 4-story steel frame buildings, as well as site development and a 6-level parking garage.

Phase 2 features two 4-story and one 3-story buildings over 2-levels of underground parking.

PROJECT SIZE

582,000 SF

ARCHITECT

Chamorro Design Group / DES Architects + Engineers

LOCATION

South San Francisco, CA

CLIENT

Slough Estates / HCP Life Science Estates

YEAR COMPLETED

2008 (Ph2) 2003 (Ph1)

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