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Award of Merit, Interior/Tenant Improvement: Intuit Cook Campus Center

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Intuit Cook Campus Center, Mountain View

Photo by Jasper Sanidad
Amenities at the $20-million hub include a cafeteria, fitness center and conference center.
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Intuit's LEED-Gold tenant improvement project at its Mountain View campus provides 1,800 employees with a light-filled interior space and 22 acres of site improvements that project officials say are intended to nurture innovation and support work/life balance. Amenities at the $20-million hub include a cafeteria, fitness center, conference center, outdoor multi-use sport court and an amphitheater for meetings and entertainment. There also are a coffee shop and commercial kitchen with a professional pizza oven. Sustainable elements include solar panels, stormwater management, electric car charging stations, LED lighting and water-efficient landscaping.

Key Players

Contractor SC Builders, San Francisco

Owner Intuit, Mountain View

Lead Design Gensler, San Jose

Project Management Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, San Francisco

Civil Engineer BKF, Redwood City

Structural Engineer KPFF, San Francisco

MEP Engineer Alfa Tech, San Jose

Landscape Architect AECOM, Los Angeles


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