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Thompson Suskind, L.P.
2034 Union Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
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P 415.673.1100
F 866.735.3899



“Derek was recommended through a friend. We haven’t done construction before, but we had a vision, and he was able to see that vision. Once he got to know us, he understood the style and quality we wanted, and it was carried out between both projects.”

“When there was an issue, it was handled immediately and effectively – we never had to be involved. And their website is really useful, too. We were able to communicate through it and get project updates. It’s just wonderful customer service.”

Quincy Wolfensperger
Cesar Chavez, San Francisco

Green Building

Thompson Suskind, L.P. is highly skilled in green building practices and committed to raising awareness about the benefits of sustainable construction. Our portfolio includes our role as lead contractor on the renovation of a Pacific Heights home that recently received the highest LEED for Homes score in San Francisco, and which features San Francisco’s first approved underground rain harvest tank.

Although we are affiliated with many of the major green certification programs, our dedication to sustainability began long before “green” became a construction buzzword. Our commitment extends from the third party vendors we work with to our own operations. All Thompson Suskind superintendents are trained and certified green building professionals. Our primary delivery vehicle operates on bio-fuel and plans are in place to convert the balance of our fleet.

Our sustainable building expertise includes water-wise landscaping and runoff systems, recycling construction materials, and diverting waste for salvage and re-use, along with integrating the latest technology such as whole house filtration systems into the building process wherever possible. As our client, you can be assured that we will pursue every opportunity to incorporate sustainable elements into the construction and renovation of your home.

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LEED for Homes
USGBC Northern California
Green California
SF Environment
Build It Green