Odd Fellows Building, San Francisco

Client: Odd Fellows Building Association of San Francisco Completed; 2013   The Odd Fellows Building, built in 1909, was designed by architect G.A. Dodge. The seven-story building contains approximately 10,500 square feet. It is a steel frame and concrete type construction with exterior brick and terra cotta cladding in a French Renaissance and Baroque style. The building is a landmark located in the Historic Market Street Theater Loft District and is a Category I Significant Building under Article 11 in San Francisco.   The two primary exterior elevations of the building are the North and East Façades. The building is.

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A round red and tan building labeled "Bridge Roundhouse"

Golden Gate National Park Conservancy, San Francisco

Client: Golden Gate National Park Conservancy Completed; 2014   The GGNPC is a community-supported nonprofit organization established in 1981, and is the nonprofit partner that supports and assists the Golden Gate National Parks in research, interpretation, and conservation programs. There are thirty-one (31) structures on the GGNPC facilities list, totaling approximately 100,000 SF. These buildings are categorized as small (0-1000 SF), medium (1001-5000 SF), and large (5001+ SF) by MCA, and are located throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. MCA’s team issued a property conditions assessment report after completing a survey of the thirty-one buildings. The report provided the GGNPC.

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