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August 16, 2016

Nancy and Stephen Grand Family House

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Following the decision by UCSF to build a new children’s hospital in Mission Bay, Family House constructed a new facility to better serve the families whose children are receiving treatment at the medical center. Family House provides comfort and housing completely free of charge. The 92,125 sq. ft., four story, wood-frame-over-concrete-podium building serves 80 families. […]

July 2, 2013

Boys & Girls Clubs of S.F., Fulton Clubhouse

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Nibbi is building its second clubhouse for the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco. On the heels of the organization’s successful Mission Street Clubhouse, this new clubhouse will be located at Fulton and Gough streets. This building will be 37,000 sq. ft., four-story, steel frame. Amenities will include a gym, pool, multipurpose rooms, kitchen, […]

April 10, 2013

Koret Foundation

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With the renovation of 607 Front Street now complete, the Koret Foundation has a sleek, new headquarters building located in the Financial District and just two blocks west of the Embarcadero waterfront. Nibbi’s scope of work on 607 Front Street included the historic renovation and seismic upgrade of a two-story brick building and basement built in 1906. Work included […]

March 14, 2013

Vera Haile Senior Housing/ St. Anthony’s Dining Room

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Nibbi was selected to provide preconstruction and construction services to the St. Anthony Foundation and Mercy Housing for a 10-story concrete high-rise.  The basement, first and second floor will be used for the food preparation and storage, a commercial kitchen and dinning hall for the St. Anthony Foundation.  There will also be administrative offices and […]

July 22, 2011

The Exploratorium @ Pier 15

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Noted physicist Dr. Frank Oppenheimer opened the doors of the Palace of Fine Arts (PFA) on the Marina in San Francisco more than 40 years ago.  With his colleagues, supporters and fans, he created the Exploratorium in the PFA, a new kind of public space, one that enhanced learning by engaging visitors in interacting with […]

January 7, 2011

Alameda Boys & Girls Club

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The new Alameda Boys & Girls Club was constructed on 1.5 acres of land owned by the Alameda Unified School District and leased to the Alameda Boys and Girls Club. As such, this project was required to comply will all Department of State Architecture (DSA) rules and regulations applicable. This new clubhouse serves up to 3,000 school […]

June 7, 2010

Boys & Girls Clubs of S.F., Mission District Clubhouse

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This new building meets a variety of needs for the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF), including teen services, education, health and life skills and multi-media. Nibbi Brothers provided BGCSF with preconstruction and construction services, and served as Owner’s Representative for the organization’s new Mission District Clubhouse located at 901 Alabama Street in San Francisco. […]

October 10, 2009

Old St. Mary’s Phase I & II

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Completed in 1854, Old St. Mary’s Cathedral is one of the oldest red brick buildings in San Francisco. Located at California & Grant Streets on the edge of the Financial District, the church is San Francisco Landmark No. 2 as well as a State Historical Landmark. Old St. Mary’s served as the home of the […]

April 8, 2009

SPUR Urban Center

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The creation of the new SPUR Urban Center, located at 654 Mission Street incorporated a highly collaborative process, from funding through construction. The project’s unique challenges required a highly collaborative, coordinated and creative construction effort.  It was a logistically difficult infill location on a heavily trafficked downtown street, and it had a very tight budget. […]

April 2, 2004

North Peninsula Jewish Community Center

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After 40 years in Belmont, the Peninsula Jewish Community Center was outgrowing its existing facilities. At the same time, the Jewish Day School was looking for a permanent home, after renting inadequate, temporary classrooms for years. These two organizations teamed up to look for a new home together and the idea of creating a new […]