A cream building

The Boulders at Fountaingrove, Santa Clara

Client: Completed; 2010 The Boulders at Fountaingrove is an apartment complex located at 3680 Kelsey Knolls in Santa Rosa, California. Constructed in 2004 and 2005, the Boulders property consists of a clubhouse complex, ten multi-family residential buildings, and communal parking/landscaped areas. The buildings are wood-framed structures with cement plaster (stucco) exterior cladding and composition shingle roofing. There are wood-framed stair towers and connecting breezeways (bridges) between adjacent structures. The stair tower and breezeway at Building 4 needed repairs due to water-related damages. During the process of the repairing a breezeway and adjacent building, extensive deterioration and decay were uncovered. Further.

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A red building with a fountain at the left and a tree at the right

SFMOMA Expansion, San Francisco

Client: Snohetta Completed; 2016 Designed by Mario Botta and built in 1995, the original structure of the Museum of Modern Art is an iconic landmark of the San Francisco skyline. The ten story expansion doubles the existing square footage, significantly increasing the museum’s available gallery space. Containing an undulating façade and several terrace and roof decks, the new expansion continues the tradition of impactful design for the SFMOMA. MCA provided waterproofing consultation and design services for the below-grade waterproofing systems, interior wet spaces and all exterior horizontal assemblies; including at-grade podium, terrace decks , and roofing systems. Peer review of.

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