Francisco Park construction has restarted after being paused under the City’s shelter-in-place order. The contractor is adhering to the City’s required COVID-19 health and safety guidelines as they are getting back up and running. The contractor is continuing plumbing and electrical work inside the restroom building and within the next 2 weeks (weather permitting) they will begin installation of the roof on the building. Once those items are complete, they will start work on the interior finishes in the building. On the site, the contractor is currently finishing building the forms for the large retaining wall west of the convenience building, for which concrete will be poured in the next couple of weeks. Through the end of the May they will be continuing work on site utilities, grading, and flatwork in the reservoir area.
The concrete wall and planter on the west side of the great lawn with Hyde Street in the background. The restroom building is to the right out of frame.
A birds eye view of the new restroom building under construction. Hyde Street and is visible in the background.
This is an image of the great lawn with a view of the bay in the background.