Awards

  • 2018

    Wallpaper Magazine

    Coffee Shops For Design Lovers

    In January, Cody|Brock completed the 3,900 square-foot renovation of Menlo Park’s most popular community hub, Coffeebar, working closely with Walker|Warner Architects and interior design firm Nicolehollis to create the one-of-a-kind look and atmosphere. Since then residents from up and down the peninsula have been lining up to admire the unique craftsmanship and design, both of the building and of the menu. Even the press has taken notice with the most recent article listing Coffeebar among the world’s best coffee shops for design lovers.

  • 2016

    Historic Rehabilitation Award

    Palo Alto Stanford Heritage Historic Rehabilitation Award

    The historic rehabilitation of this Birge Clark reinforced concrete building improved seismic safety, restored ground-floor storefronts, steel windows and terracotta roof tile, and uncovered tiles that marked the entrance of an early Palo Alto Post Office. Compatible hand-painted tile, light fixtures, and stucco restoration have brought new life to this important landmark.

  • 2015

    Preservation Design Award

    The California Preservation Foundation Preservation Design Award

    The California Preservation Foundation recognized Cody|Brock with a 2015 Preservation Design Award for its historic renovation of The Sea Scout Building in Palo Alto. This award is a statewide hallmark, showcasing preservation design excellence and recognizing exemplary work in historic preservation, restoration, rehabilitation, sustainability, studies, reports, and other significant categories in the preservation field.

  • 2014

    AIA Honor Award

    AIA Honor Award - mSpot

    In conjunction with FGY Architects, Cody|Brock’s renovation of mSpot’s Palo Alto headquarters received the AIA Honor Award.

  • 2014

    AIA Merit Award

    AIA Merit Award - Equinox

    In conjunction with FGY Architects, Cody|Brock’s renovation of Equinox in Palo Alto received the AIA Merit Award.

  • 2010

    LEED Gold Certification

    LEED Gold Certification for Palo Alto Weekly Building

    Cody|Brock’s renovation the Palo Alto Weekly's 10,000-square-foot headquarters building was awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The project achieved the Gold-level certification due to green design and construction features that substantially reduced energy and water use, utilized local and sustainable building materials, and provided amenities for employees that make for a healthier and more comfortable work environment.