From working wineries, to retail spaces, to office complexes, our commercial work makes up some of the most memorable spaces on California's Central Coast.
300,000 square foot shopping center, including modernized facades for existing Mervyn's, Sears, Ralph’s, as well as designs for new retail structures.
Taylor & Syfan designed the foundations, the interior offices, the exterior wood canopies and trellis as well as the Hay Barn and Fertilizer Barn.
An innovative mixed use project includes a street-level market, an underground wine cellar and cheese shop, and two second-level luxury vacation units.
Taylor & Syfan engineered over 75,000 sq. ft. of new structures and an 18- foot pedestrian foot bridge.
Wishing to enhance much of the existing structure, the spaces features the existing steel super-structure that was exposed and preserved.
26,000 square foot professional office building utilizing tilt-up construction.
Where tilt-up buildings are typically rectangular, this one has 45-degree angles.
120,000 square foot partial two-story optical product manufacturing and office building.
An approximately 70,000 square foot one-story tilt-up concrete panel construction manufacturing facility.
Structural plans and construction support for the new 14,700 square foot Mid State Bank & Trust commercial building.
This mixed use project houses office and retail space, including a City National Bank and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
In this two story, wood framed structure, the floor framing system incorporated steel beams to minimize the number of columns in the bank area.
The Court Street retail development in downtown San Luis Obispo replaced a downtown parking lot with a community shopping center, outdoor dining and strolling paseos.