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UC Berkeley Helen Diller Anchor House (HDAH) is a Type I, 16-story 772-bed, apartment-style housing and mixed-use building situated on the University of California, Berkeley campus’ western edge. The design includes significant indoor and outdoor amenities, including publicly accessible space on levels two and three, a central courtyard starting at level two and roof terraces on level 13. This mixed-use development consists of two levels of basement and 12 stories above-ground including a single story podium. There will be approximately 11,700 SF of ground floor retail, an indoor/outdoor fitness center and various other amenities. Sustainability target for the building is LEED Gold.

Rendering courtesy of Morris Adjmi Architects

  • Client

    Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc.
  • Location

  • General Contractor

    Build Group

Market Sector

  • Education
  • Multi Unit Residential


  • Drywall
  • Metal Framing
  • Insulation
  • Fire Proofing


  • Bay Area
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The health and safety of our employees and the people in the communities where we live and work is our highest priority. Level 5 is closely monitoring COVID-19 and following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and OSHA, as well as state and local governments.

We have comprehensive safety practices and are promptly adding the most current recommendations related to making our job sites and offices safe as related to COVID-19.

Our practices include key elements such as:

  • Social distancing protocols
  • Face coverings
  • Cleaning and disinfecting procedures
  • Extended training, monitoring, and reporting
  • Exposure risk assessment tools

To date, construction has consistently been designated as essential throughout the various county and state orders. This means that it is anticipated we will continue to provide our services to build the infrastructures in a way that provides for the greatest level of health and safety for our employees and the community. This includes continuing to follow the guidelines of the CDC and OSHA as well as state and local governments. We also understand the challenges this crisis brings to our employees, and therefore, the importance of maintaining our operations in order to help sustain the livelihoods of our employees.