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Pool Project Team
Clarence Mamuyac – ELS Architecture and Urban Design/Kuth Ranieri Architects – JV
Byron Kuth – ELS Architecture and Urban Design/Kuth Ranieri Architects – JV
Toks Ajike – San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department
Clarence Mamuyac – ELS Architecture and Urban Design
Byron Kuth – Kuth Ranieri Architects
Tony Cheung – CLW Construction
Nancy Tennebaum – Tennebaum-Manheim Engineers, Inc.
Daniel Mannheim – Tennebaum-Manheim Engineers, Inc.
Mechanical / Plumbing
Gary Hennings – H&M Mechanical Engineers, Inc.
Mechanical / Plumbing
Bikash Vaidya – Formerly with H&M Mechanical Engineers, Inc.
Rosanna Lerma – EDesignC Incorporated
Greg Cannon – Aquatic Design Group, Inc.
Jeffrey Miller – Miller Company Landscape Architects
Brian Kehoe – Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
Bruce Damonte – Bruce Damonte
Lawrence Anderson – Lawrence Anderson
Elizabeth Ranieri – Kuth Ranieri Architects
Senior Project Manager
Susan Vutz – ELS Architect and Urban Design
Eliza Koshland – Kuth Ranieri Architects
Design Team Member
Ethen Wood – Formerly with Kuth Ranieri
Project Architect – For Pursuit
Michael McGroarty – Kuth Ranieri Architects
Colleen FitzSimons – Urban Fabrick
Georgina Martinez – Telamon Engineering Consultants
Brad Saylor – Saylor Consulting Group
Rinaldi Wibowo – City of San Francisco Department of Public Works
Balboa Park Pool
Balboa Park Pool is a winner for the 2021 Preservation Design Award for Rehabilitation. Award recipients are selected by a jury of top professionals in the fields of architecture, engineering, planning, and history, as well as renowned architecture critics and journalists. Tickets and sponsorship options are available at californiapreservation.org/awards.
About Balboa Park Pool
Balboa Park Pool is a municipal treasure serving one of San Francisco’s most populated neighborhoods for more than 60 years. Over time, normal wear and deferred maintenance took its toll. Chlorine corroded the building’s materials and the structure needed a seismic upgrade. This rehabilitation provided necessary safety improvements, enhanced the building’s social and recreational programming, and preserved its iconic 1958 International architectural style. Seismic improvements were designed to preserve the character-defining concrete structure and large glazed openings, with interior braced frames and concealed shear walls. A new welcoming and accessible entry into the building provides a strong visual connection for the community, enhancing understanding and use of the building’s swim programs. The team increased the pool’s programming capacity by reconfiguring locker rooms and administrative spaces, carving space for a new 800-square foot community room requested by constituents, accessible even when the natatorium is closed.