Geotechnical services for Candlestick Point Condominium
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Candlestick Point Condominium

The St. Francis Bay (Phase I and II) project consists of five residential buildings in the eastern part of the Subarea Plan Area and provides 304 affordable condominium units. The Phase II residential buildings are 40 feet tall and includes about 176 residential units, 830 surface parking spaces for the office uses, and 517 parking spaces for the residential uses.

Initially, AGS performed a geotechnical study for a previous Crescent Hill project at the site and then performed a supplemental geotechnical study for the renamed St. Francis Bay project to update the initial report. The work AGS performed for these studies included data appraisal, site reconnaissance and study of aerial photographs, field exploration, field and laboratory testing, engineering analysis, and report preparation. AGS involvement with the project currently included providing construction monitoring as the various buildings were going up.

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data appraisal, engineering analysis, field exploration, geotechnical study, laboratory testing, site reconnaissance