HOLY FAMILY DAY HOME

The Holy Family Day Home has been operating a pre-school at this historic intersection opposite the Mission Dolores in San Francisco’s Mission District since 1912. This project replaces a historically significant Willis Polk Building on the same site that was severely damaged by the Loma Prieta Earthquake in 1989 and subsequently demolished. The new building is a 15,000 square foot, three-story, wood frame structure designed to connect to the history of the immediate neighborhood and to the building that previously occupied the site. It contains 5 classrooms that accommodate up to 125 children, as well as support spaces including program directors and social workers offices, a play therapy room, multi-purpose room, administrative space, and a training and volunteer room. The design also evokes the archetypal image of “home” to symbolize the mission of the project sponsors.

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: Educational/Pre-School

Size: 15,000 sq ft

Completed: October 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principals: Cass Smith, Lev Weisbach

Project Architect: Goetz Frank, TimQuayle

 

Consultants

MEP: NBA Engineering

Structural Engineer: John Yadegar &Associates

Lighting: Horton Lees LightingDesign

Civil Engineer: KCAEngineering

Geotech Engineer: Treadwell & Rollo

 

General Contractor: Frank Portman

Photography: Cesar Rubio

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: Educational/Pre-School

Size: 15,000 sq ft

Completed: October 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principals: Cass Smith, Lev Weisbach

Project Architect: Goetz Frank, TimQuayle

 

Consultants

MEP: NBA Engineering

Structural Engineer: John Yadegar &Associates

Lighting: Horton Lees LightingDesign

Civil Engineer: KCAEngineering

Geotech Engineer: Treadwell & Rollo

 

General Contractor: Frank Portman

Photography: Cesar Rubio

HOLY FAMILY DAY HOME

The Holy Family Day Home has been operating a pre-school at this historic intersection opposite the Mission Dolores in San Francisco’s Mission District since 1912. This project replaces a historically significant Willis Polk Building on the same site that was severely damaged by the Loma Prieta Earthquake in 1989 and subsequently demolished. The new building is a 15,000 square foot, three-story, wood frame structure designed to connect to the history of the immediate neighborhood and to the building that previously occupied the site. It contains 5 classrooms that accommodate up to 125 children, as well as support spaces including program directors and social workers offices, a play therapy room, multi-purpose room, administrative space, and a training and volunteer room. The design also evokes the archetypal image of “home” to symbolize the mission of the project sponsors.

HOLY FAMILY DAY HOME

The Holy Family Day Home has been operating a pre-school at this historic intersection opposite the Mission Dolores in San Francisco’s Mission District since 1912. This project replaces a historically significant Willis Polk Building on the same site that was severely damaged by the Loma Prieta Earthquake in 1989 and subsequently demolished. The new building is a 15,000 square foot, three-story, wood frame structure designed to connect to the history of the immediate neighborhood and to the building that previously occupied the site. It contains 5 classrooms that accommodate up to 125 children, as well as support spaces including program directors and social workers offices, a play therapy room, multi-purpose room, administrative space, and a training and volunteer room. The design also evokes the archetypal image of “home” to symbolize the mission of the project sponsors.

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: Educational/Pre-School

Size: 15,000 sq ft

Completed: October 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principals: Cass Smith, Lev Weisbach

Project Architect: Goetz Frank, TimQuayle

 

Consultants

MEP: NBA Engineering

Structural Engineer: John Yadegar &Associates

Lighting: Horton Lees LightingDesign

Civil Engineer: KCAEngineering

Geotech Engineer: Treadwell & Rollo

 

General Contractor: Frank Portman

Photography: Cesar Rubio

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: Educational/Pre-School

Size: 15,000 sq ft

Completed: October 2006

 

Architectural Team

Design Principals: Cass Smith, Lev Weisbach

Project Architect: Goetz Frank, TimQuayle

 

Consultants

MEP: NBA Engineering

Structural Engineer: John Yadegar &Associates

Lighting: Horton Lees LightingDesign

Civil Engineer: KCAEngineering

Geotech Engineer: Treadwell & Rollo

 

General Contractor: Frank Portman

Photography: Cesar Rubio

HOLY FAMILY DAY HOME

The Holy Family Day Home has been operating a pre-school at this historic intersection opposite the Mission Dolores in San Francisco’s Mission District since 1912. This project replaces a historically significant Willis Polk Building on the same site that was severely damaged by the Loma Prieta Earthquake in 1989 and subsequently demolished. The new building is a 15,000 square foot, three-story, wood frame structure designed to connect to the history of the immediate neighborhood and to the building that previously occupied the site. It contains 5 classrooms that accommodate up to 125 children, as well as support spaces including program directors and social workers offices, a play therapy room, multi-purpose room, administrative space, and a training and volunteer room. The design also evokes the archetypal image of “home” to symbolize the mission of the project sponsors.

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