UCSF Mission Bay 23B Parking

When the University of California San Francisco needed a solution to limited parking on its campus as part of the UCSF Mission Bay master plan, the general contractor turned to Clark Pacific to provide a post and beam parking solution. The precast concrete post and beam components reach eighty-five feet high, and provides the structure for the DNA-derived patterns of glass that clad the 38,955 square foot parking structure located along the shoreline of San Francisco Bay. The structure itself acts as an entry or front door to the campus and provides 870 parking stalls to students and faculty.

Project Facts & Highlights

City: San FranciscoState: CABuilding Type: Parking StructureSquare Feet: 38,955Year Completed: 2006Job Number: 6009Architect: Natoma ArchitectsGeneral Contractor: Overaa ConstructionStructural Engineer: Jessen-Wright Structural EngineersOwner: UCSF