San Francisco, CA
This K-4 program school is an upgrade and addition of the existing early 20th centuary concrete and brick building at 333 Dolores Street.
In keeping with Children’s Day School’s environmental mission, renovations incorporate various sustainable features. Notably, the building is naturally ventilated via a central chimney and supports a rooftop garden, reinforcing the main campus’ farm and garden program.. Improvements also include seismic strengthening and accessibility upgrades.
Our design engineers provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing and sustainable design for the renovation and classroom additions of the three-story, 23,000 SF St. Joseph’s Hall located at the Children’s Day School in San Francisco. The project consisted of interior and central core renovations, as well as capital repairs to the building.
The project was designed to a LEED Gold standard.
CHILDREN’S DAY SCHOOL
Type: Renovation and Additions
Size: 23,000 SF
Architect: Mark Jenson Architects