San Francisco, CA
Modernization; Historic Restoration
San Francisco Unified School District
This 131,960 square foot project includes the rehabilitation of the historically significant 1930 Timothy Pflueger building. The project consisted of general school modernization and reconstruction including interior and exterior painting in affected areas, window replacement, gymnasium wood flooring replacement, new lunch shelter, conversion of a wood shop into an instrumental music room, new visual art classroom, an extension of the elevator, new interior and exterior circulation upgrades, building system upgrades, fire alarm revisions, play yard resurfacing, and other miscellaneous site work such as hazardous material/asbestos remediation, and upgrading of all toilet rooms.
CSDA worked closely with District representatives and construction managers to understand program requirements and needs and prepared a comprehensive facility evaluation which was used as a benchmark for the design of the project. All building systems were evaluated, prioritized, and upgraded to improve aging infrastructure and support 21st Century Learning.