Larkin St. Substation

TEF Design

PG&E, San Francisco, CA

Plant Construction 

Install: January 2018


Three types of FRP panels (Sloped, Perforated & Ribbed) come together to create a faceted FRP façade for PG&E’s modern extension to their mid-century substation at Tenderloin, SF. Sloped panels embedded with lighting fixtures express the dynamic energy of electricity and celebrate PG&E’s continuous presence in the power industry. Each panel ranging from 7.5’ x 4’ to 7.5’ x 10’ is unique and was individually fabricated to perfection to create the building façade.