Green Office

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San Francisco Green Business

DB+P is one of the first 50 businesses in San Francisco to be certified Green.

The waste we can’t reduce, we offset through

Green Afforbable Housing

Read the Green Affordable Housing Coalition’s in-depth case study of Folsom + Dore Supportive Apartments.

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David Baker + Partners is a San Francisco Certified Green Business. We follow our own conscience as well as guidelines developed by the San Francisco Green Business Program to reduce waste, conserve resources, and minimize the use of pollutants and harmful products in our office. We implement new and environmentally sound procedures and practices into our day-to-day operation wherever possible.

Yearly our office conserves 49,429 commute miles in the form of alternative transportation. That mileage is roughly the equivalent of circling the globe twice!

Additionally we are a CarbonFree Business, reducing and offsetting our work-related emissions with the help of

Green Practice

Beyond greening our daily office practices, David Baker + Partners strives to bring elements of sustainability to the community through our designs and building projects. Many of our architects and designers are LEED certified, and members of our staff frequently take advantage of continuing-education opportunities regarding green building and innovation.

LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy + Environmental Design, is a program created by the U.S. Green Building Council to promote sustainable building practices and has become the national standard for environmental building. Learn more about LEED and the certification process.

Check out our LEED project checklists:

PDF IconTassafaronga LEED for Homes PDF

PDF IconTassafaronga LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot PDF

PDF IconArmstrong Senior LEED for New Construction PDF

PDF IconFolsom + Dore LEED for New Construction PDF

Folsom + Dore Supportive Apartments is the first new building in Northern California to receive a LEED rating, coming in at the Silver level.


See our Green Checklist.