Hunters Point Shipyard

San Francisco, CA

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CLIENT

City & County of San Francisco

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ARCHITECT

Daniel Solomon Design Partners, Paulett Taggart Architects

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MARKET

Infrastructure and Development

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Hunters View was a 267-unit public housing project that housed some of the city’s most economically disadvantaged residents. The site is constrained by very natural steep terrain and existing street connections to the surrounding neighborhood are limited. A development team led by the Jon Stewart Company and Ridge Point Non-Profit Housing Corporation are in the 3rd Phase of a complete revitalization of the 22-acre Hunters View community. Once completed, the revitalization of Hunters View will result in a mixed-income community that includes both one-for-one replacement of the original 267 public housing units and the development of additional affordable and market-rate rental and for-sale units. The new mixed-income development will house residents with a range of incomes from less than 10% of Area Median Income (AMI) to well over 120% of AMI.

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

HCI is the Infrastructure Project Manager for Hunters View Phase 3 will work closely with the entire
Infrastructure design team to provide pre-construction, construction and close-out oversight work specifically targeted to the permitting and approvals process with City agencies such as the Planning Department, Fire Department, Department of Public Works, and Metropolitan Transportation Commission on approvals for new streets and infrastructure, as well as coordinate joint trench utility design with PG&E, Comcast, AT&T, and the City.

HCI also managed the design team (Civil), coordinated San Francisco regulatory agencies and 3rd party utility (PG&E) sign offs, construction inspections and was principal liaison with City inspection representatives. Additionally, HCI roles and responsibilities includes coordination of utilities excavation, special traffic permits for work in the right of way, coordination with BAAQMD representatives and other environmental consultants. Administratively, HCI provided leadership on construction administration; preparation, review, and management of project schedules; change order review and negotiation; coordination of final city and 3rd party utility acceptance for completed phase.

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STATUS

In Progress

SIZE

22 acres

HCI STAFF

Derrick Cooper, PE

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Multi-family, high-density, mixed-income development

  • 267 low-rise residential units

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