Bay Chapter Lunch Program: Update on Floating Fire Station 35 and Upcoming City of San Francisco Work
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
11:30am - 1:30pm
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Bay Chapter Lunch Program: Update on Floating Fire Station 35
August 14, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm PDT
Our speakers from the City and County of San Francisco and the Swinerton-Power Joint Venture will discuss the progress of the planning, design and construction of the proposed floating Fire Boat Station 35. The scope of this project will include (1) the demolition of the existing finger piers, shed, and the south parking area and (2) the construction of a new steel float upon which will be built a two-level 16,000 square foot fire boat station. The new float will provide mooring for three(3) fire boats and a smaller vessel. The fire boat station will house all necessary fire boat operations and support programs, including a marine emergency operations center (or EOC), storage of specialty gear, hoses, booms, foam, and related items, a small rescue craft, a decontamination space, and a drive-through ambulance access way. Cranes mounted on the floating pier will be used for moving equipment and small craft. Ms. Ryor will discuss why the San Francisco Public Works Department chose to use the design-build delivery method, including perceived benefits and challenges for this project. Ms. Dunn will discuss the project from the design-build entity’s perspective.
M. Magdalena Ryor, PhD, LEED AP BD+C, CCM, PMP
Project Manager – City and County of San Francisco
M. Magdalena Ryor has over 20 years of experience contributing to successful delivery of commercial, higher education, historic renovation, housing, life sciences, interior, technology, remodel/retrofit/addition, and institutional projects. Currently serving as a Project Lead on Neighborhood Fire Stations (NFS) projects including Fire Station 5, Fire Station 15, and Fire Station 35. Fire Stations 5 and 16 are under construction with the final completion dates of November and December 2018, respectively. Fire Station 35 is at the end of Schematic Design Phase. Since 2013 served as a Project Lead on the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) Facility Project from the project’s inception to completion. Lead planning, design, and construction of the new $77M OCME facility. OCME obtained Certificate of Final Completion and Occupancy on March 30, 2018.
Lori Dunn, Operations Manager – Swinerton
Lori is a 20-year veteran at Swinerton working up the ranks to her current position as Operations Manager for the Bay Area Building Division. She is responsible for all aspects of the division’s project management and field operations, collaborating with the entire project team to be a trusted partner on all her projects. She is the current President of the Swinerton Foundation which works with non-profit organizations to support health, social services, cultural, education, and environmental programs that benefit all members of the community. Lori has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from UC Berkeley and is a certified Design-Build Professional and LEED Accredited Professional. Her project portfolio includes Yerba Buena Gardens Children’s Center, de Young Museum, Fairmont Heritage Place at Ghirardelli Square, and Brannan office building. Her current projects include San Francisco Fire Station 35, Oceanwide Center, and residential projects.