video and slide presentation of material supporting the learning objectives below (approx. one-hour)
on-site tour of Transbay Transit Center construction site (approx. one-hour)
maximum of 40 people can be accommodated, including AIA volunteers.
hard-soled, closed-toes shoes and long pants are required; TJPA can loan hard hats, safety vests and goggles to attendees if needed.
TJPA requests that tour attendees meet in the lobby of 201 Mission Street at 2:25 pm so we can help you clear security and escort everyone up to Suite 2100. All tour attendees will be required to sign a waiver release form in order to attend the tour.
Tour groups will usually be walked along the center trestle and escorts will explain work underway. We are no longer able to take tours to the ‘bottom of the hole’ due to increased construction activity.
Understand the vision behind the Transbay Transit Center project being built by the Transbay Joint Powers Authority as the “Grand Central Station of the West” and the Transbay residential developments being directed by the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure.
Investigate the sustainable features that will be part of the Transit Center, such as the geothermal loop, non-potable water reuse system, ambient lighting and natural ventilation.
Examine and understand the unique features of the 5.4 acre park on the roof of the Transbay Transit Center.
Explore the progress of construction to understand, first hand, some of the unique construction techniques that are being employed.
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