Fire Station No. 5 Replacement
This seismic improvement for Fire Station No. 5 (originally built in 1956) is part of the Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response (ESER 2010) bond work to renovate or replace selected fire stations. The ESER 2010 bond passed with 79.4% approval of San Francisco voters in June 2010.
The proposed project includes the demolition of the existing building and construction of a new seismically safe fire station with new building and life safety systems, ADA accessibility including an elevator, and other related improvements.
The project is designed to achieve LEED Gold rating for New Construction. The construction is scheduled to begin April 2017, and will take approximately 14 months to complete the work. Fire Station No. 5 will close during construction. Fire service will be uninterrupted during construction, relying on the deployment of apparatus and personnel from nearby stations.
Fire Station No. 5
1301 Turk Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
San Francisco Public Works, Project Management
San Francisco Public Works, Building Design & Construction
San Francisco Public Works, Infrastructure Design & Construction
San Francisco Public Works, Construction Management
Vanir Construction Management
Download Bid Documents
Pre-RFQ Informational Conference Presentation & Sign-In Sheet
Request for Qualifications for General Contractor Services (due October 28, 2016)
Civic Design Review Phase II Presentation (April 2015)
Civic Design Review Phase I Presentation (October 2014)
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