SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
This 340,000 square foot $135 million new museum construction in Golden Gate Park is San Francisco’s largest public arts institution. This unique design makes this building the largest copper clad building ever built in the world. Atlas’ metallurgical department performed extensive testing of copper cladding support systems to ensure compliance with design documents.
- Vertical post-tensioned walls in the tower.
- Inspection of base isolator installation and viscous dampeners.
- Extensive structural steel in main building.
CLIENT / OWNER: CORPORATION OF FINE ART MUSEUM
DURATION: 2002 – 2005
CONSTRUCTION COST: $735,000