Our Focus on Sustainability


Mission Bell understands sustainable construction. Our Preconstruction & Design-Assist team works with customers to create workspaces which are environmentally-friendly, and provide for long-term durability in a cost-effective manner. Whether your goal is full LEED certification, use of FSC®-certified products or materials, or simply building a project that's environmentally responsible, Mission Bell has experts to help you.

  • Reclaimed Wood

    Mission Bell leads the local millwork industry in acquisition and installation of reclaimed and recycled wood products. We periodically acquire quantities of rare, high quality reclaimed wood which can be easily incorporated in your green project. Our expertise in sourcing unique materials and manufacturing with them can help ensure that your next project is a success. We can recommend reclaimed veneer or solid stock applications that will leverage the material and keep an eye on the budget at the same time. Learn more about Reclaimed and Salvaged Wood

  • LEED Initiatives

    LEED projects address the entire lifecycle of a building. The USGBC's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program (LEED) is a voluntary, market-driven program that provides third party verification of green buildings. Mission Bell has been involved with LEED from the very beginning. In fact, we were the millwork partner for the very first LEED Gold Certified project in California. Learn more about our LEED Initiatives...

  • FSC® Certification

    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. Read about our FSC® projects and certification...

Recent Exceptional Projects

Heising-Simons Foundation

Heising-Simons Foundation

GC: Blach Construction

Architect: Hawley Peterson & Snyder



GC: South Bay Construction

Architect: Brick, LLP

Temecula Medical Center

Temecula Medical Center

GC: DPR/Turner Joint Venture

Architect: HMC

Chinese Hospital

Chinese Hospital

GC: DPR Construction

Architect: Jacobs