The SF MOMA expansion resides partly on the footprint of the former Fire Station One, on the Folsom Street side of the site, and so required the development of a new fire station within the South of Market neighborhood. The project involved an EIR process that included both the 935 Folsom fire station replacement site as well as the main museum campus. The EIR was unanimously approved without litigation.
The project management team oversaw the land procurement for the new fire station, as well as the design and construction of the new fire station. The station was completed in early 2013, allowing the ground breaking of the museum to start in the spring of 2013.
PUDC’s role managed the land procurement, permitting and entitlements for both the Fire House One and SF MOMA sites.