The University of California, San Francisco Clinical Sciences Building (CSB) seismic renovation project included a remodel of the entire seven-story structure, originally built by the University in 1932. The new building, designed to better withstand earthquakes, includes an open office model which provides clinical faculty and staff with plenty of office space. Classrooms and other multi-purpose spaces are housed on the lower two public floors of the building. BKF provided civil engineering design services for the project, including extensive preliminary site investigations involving the complex campus utility systems. BKF’s work also included significant street and site work to improve pedestrian access and mobility, as well as extensive coordination with numerous City and State agencies.
- 110,240 sq. ft. building
- Office space designated for clinical faculty and staff
- Flexible classroom spaces
- Multi-purpose spaces
- Targeting LEED Gold certification