San Francisco Public Safety Building



San Francisco, California


City & County of San Francisco

Project Dates

2012 -2015

Project Cost

$243 million

Services Provided

Construction Management

Cost Estimating

Cost/Project Control

Office Engineering


Change Management

Project Description

San Francisco’s Mission Bay Redevelopment Area will house the police administrative headquarters, a relocated district police station, a new district fire station and fleet vehicle parking. The project includes the rehabilitation of a 1920s masonry fire station for community use. The project includes Police Headquarter of about 128,000SF, a two story Police Station 31,000 SF, a two story Fire Station about 17,000 SF entry from Mission Rock Street, Fleet Parking about 109,000 SF along with old fire station #30 rehabilitation about 6,600 SF. The building is approximately 290,000 square feet and provide functional resiliency for up to 96 hours after a major disaster or earthquake. The facility creates a seismically safe and LEED gold certified sustainable green building that will be fully operational after a major earthquake. The Public Safety Building is built to resist security threats and operate continuously in the event of loss of power and water. The total project budget, inclusive of development and construction costs of the building, is estimated at $243 Million.