Public Works provided the architectural and landscape design, engineering and construction management services for the renovation of the Cayuga Playground and construction of the new Cayuga Clubhouse on behalf of Recreation and Parks Department.
The project workscope includes the repair and renovation of the play area, tennis and basketball courts; restoration of existing pathways; upgrades to the irrigation and lighting systems; improved accessibility, and overall reconditioning of the park landscape and sitting areas.
We collaborated with surrounding community members and the Recreation and Parks department to vacate and transfer a part of Cayuga Avenue to increase Cayuga Park by 8,400 square feet and is working with the San Francisco Arts Commission to restore numerous art sculptures that contribute to the charm and uniqueness of the park.
Some sustainable features of the project include: a 1,671 square foot living roof over the Multi-Purpose Room, natural lighting, use of green and sustainable materials, efficient LED lighting, and improved drainage and irrigation.
San Francisco Public Works
City Hall, Room 348
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102