logo

FSC® Certification

FSC

Mission Bell works wonders in workspace. Our custom-built products are enhanced by the materials specified by design professionals. As millwork specialists we enjoy sharing the product knowledge we've gained through experience with our clients.

Relationships we have established throughout the years with our supply chain are a key element to our success. Our supply partners continue to educate us on trends, best practices, product characteristics, availability, LEED & FSC® values, and lessons learned. By setting clear expectations and clearly communicating throughout each stage of the supply chain we are able to identify the best product for each need. We are in constant pursuit of quality supply partners.

Silicon Valley has been at the forefront of technology, and the same could be said of green initiatives. We recognized early the importance of working with green materials and FSC® certified products - that's why we were one of the first local millwork companies to become FSC® certified.

We are in constant pursuit of unique materials. We know that reclaimed materials add a special appeal to projects - in addition to qualifying for LEED credits, they often have a special story, such as Moffett Field Hangar One Reclaimed Redwood.

In our quest to expand our green product offerings, we have become authorized to certify reclaimed materials. In order for us to certify the material as reclaimed, we must conduct a validation process for each supplier to determine whether the materials supplied are eligible for FSC® certification. Each step is documented and records are maintained, which follow the CoC (Chain of Custody) guidelines.

(License code FSC-C003580)

Read more about Sustainability at Mission Bell...

Recent Projects

Fanatics

Fanatics

GC: Skyline Construction

Architect: ASD | SKY Architects

UCSF Ambulatory Care Center

UCSF Ambulatory Care Center

GC: Dome Construction

Architect: Taylor Architects

LinkedIn - San Francisco

LinkedIn - San Francisco

GC: Swinerton Builders (SF)

Architect: Interior Architects (SF)

Richmond Yacht Club

Richmond Yacht Club

GC: Turner Construction Co. (SF)

Architect: Mary McGrath Architects

HGST Building A1

HGST Building A1

GC: Level 10 Construction

Architect: Gensler - San Jose

Lumina - San Francisco

Lumina - San Francisco

GC: Lend Lease - SF

Architect: Heller Manus Architects and II BY IV Design

Harley Ellis Devereaux - San Francisco

Harley Ellis Devereaux - San Francisco

GC: Rudolph & Sletten

Architect: Harley Ellis Devereaux

350 Mission Street (Salesforce East)

350 Mission Street (Salesforce East)

GC: Webcor Builders

Architect: SOM Architects

View all Mission Bell Projects