Three brick and fieldstone structures totaling 20,000 square feet in downtown San Francisco were combined in this seismic retrofit/remodel/condominium conversion.
Seismic retrofit and remodel of a 12,500 square foot historic steel, cast iron and masonry office and retail space in downtown San Francisco.
This 5-story, 179,000 square foot building located at the corner of 8th & Howard Streets in San Francisco consists of ground floor leasable retail/commercial space, a childcare center with four stories of low-cost housing above.
Set on five acres, the three pavilions, totaling 2,900 square feet, gently fan out in a semicircle. With 10-inch thick board-formed concrete walls and concrete floors, the home incorporates passive solar design.
Engineer of Record for the structural design for a two-level underground passenger station for the Bay Area Rapid Transit System.
Due for an update of its exterior façade, this 1970s hotel also was experiencing extensive weather damage and existing construction defects.