Masonic Avenue Streetscape


San Francisco, California


San Francisco Public Works


Shaw Pipelines

Project Dates


Project Cost

$18.3 Million

Services Provided

Asst. Resident Engineering 

Inspection Support Services



The Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project is an effort to improve safety for everyone travelling on Masonic Avenue between Geary Boulevard and Fell Street. 

The Work is located along Masonic Avenue from Fell Street to Presidio Avenue and consist of demolition, pavement renovation, curb ramp and bulb-out construction, sewer replacement, water main installation, landscape work, street lighting, traffic signal and MUNI overhead contact system work, traffic routing and all associated work. The project brings a variety of improvements to the corridor, including: 

• New landscaped median with new trees and shrubs

• Raised bike lanes

• Widened sidewalks

• New pedestrian scale sidewalk lighting

• Street repaving

• Sewer infrastructure improvements

• New water distribution lines

• Sidewalk bulb-outs

• Enhanced bus stops

• New street trees and sidewalk planters

• New public plaza on the southwest corner of Geary Boulevard and Masonic Avenue. 

Three city agencies funded the project together with the SFMTA contributing the largest portion at 64.5 percent of the project, or $16.8 million. Public Works contributing $700,000 and the Public Utilities Commission contributing a combined $8.6 million for sewer and water improvements.

Dabri provided resident engineer and construction support services as needed basis