Conco’s responsibilities on the Jewish Home of San Francisco include providing concrete pumping, reinforcement, formwork, finishing, and shotcrete services as well as construction trucking. The new Jewish Home community broke ground in the fall of 2016 and is expected to be completed in late 2018.
The $140 million, 270,000 sq. ft. new construction with 76 memory care and 114 assisted living residential units will dramatically expand the Jewish Homes facilities and service reach. Since first opening in 1891 with a dozen residents, the Jewish Home of San Francisco has worked to help older adults live, grow and flourish in the community. Incorporating the understanding that overall wellness can only be achieved when seniors’ social and emotional needs are met in addition to physical ones, architect Ankrom Moisan helped the Jewish Home translate their vision into a campus design that promotes life-long learning, engagement with nature, and independence.
During construction, Conco anticipates placing 19,000 cubic yards of concrete as well as shotcrete. The new building is slated to combine existing landscape areas into a series of three large parks that will revitalize the community and set the stage for a resort-like experience for residents. The project also includes a new auditorium, fitness areas, and art and library spaces.
Location: San Francisco, CA
Project Size: 270,000 sq. ft.
Ankrom Moisan Architects, Inc.