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Children’s Campus at San Francisco State University

SFSU Childcare Facility High Performance Modular Building PDF Gallery
Building Project
Owner: San Francisco State University
Architect: Asian Neighborhood Design
Construction Management:
Rodan Builders
SFSU Children’s Facility interior

San Francisco State University, located right in the heart of city, needed a facility that would deliver the community with certified childcare at a competitive price. As part of the project development strategy, the facility had to be financially self-sufficient as it would not receive university funding but yet provide cost conscious pricing for the university staff and students.

The tight budget and even tighter 5 month design to completion date made a value engineered modular solution the only practical choice for the University and the architect, Asian Neighborhood Design.

The staggered layout of the 22 modules for an overall size of 130' x 72' incorporated 2 each of pre-school, toddler and infant classrooms; staff offices and administration support areas; 5 kitchenettes; and 4 child restroom and wash areas.

Sustainable and energy efficiency design principles were utilized throughout the center with linoleum floors, dual flush fixtures, tubular skylights, T-5 lighting and 12 SEER gas/electric HVAC system. The lap siding exterior gives a warm family atmosphere that integrates well with the play areas and exterior changing/wash stations.
Key Building Features
• 130' x 72' staggered layout
• Standing seam roof
• Cement board lap siding
• 12 SEER gas/electric heat pumps
• T-5 lighting
• Linoleum flooring
• Vinyl framed windows Low-E dual blazed
• Low VOC high R-Value insulation
• Tubular skylights w/automatic light adjustment
• Dual flow flush valves
• Exterior mounted changing/wash stations
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