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Randall Museum

Location

199 Museum Way, San Francisco

Project

Revitalization of the Randall Museum, a San Francisco Recreation & Park Department facility committed to fostering a love of science, nature and the arts.

Value

$8 million

Completion

January, 2017

Architect

Pfau/Long & Kuth/Ranieri

Contractor

Roebuck Contractors

Financing

State of California Grant, Randall Museum Friends Capital Campaign, San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department, San Francisco Board of Supervisors

The Randall Museum Friends (RMF), a nonprofit organization providing support and programming to the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department (RPD) in the operation of the Randall Museum, selected ECB to serve as its Project Manager in its cooperative relationship with RPD for the revitalization of the Randall.

The Randall, a much-beloved San Francisco institution, provides hands-on learning experiences for all ages of City residents, from toddlers enamored of the rabbits, ducks, raccoon and rescued raptors, to adults seeking recreation and training in woodworking, ceramics and the arts.

The renovation project was catalyzed by the successful application that RPD and RMF made to the State of California for a $5.4M grant focused on the rebuilding of the Randall’s live animal exhibits.  RMF raised an additional $1.7M through a capital campaign to supplement the grant scope.

ECB is working alongside the RPD project management staff and staff of the museum and RMF to manage the design, permitting and construction of a broad range of building improvements (including disabled access), and a comprehensive re-visioning of the museum’s exhibit offerings.

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