Located in harsh marine environments, coastal and waterfront developments require special considerations to ensure resilience over the project’s design life. Material selection, siting considerations, protective coatings, waterproofing detailing, and drainage are all important considerations requiring the design team’s attention for these unique projects. The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority’s new ferry terminal expansion project in downtown San Francisco is a great example of a successful design for an urban waterfront location. In this webinar, we will discuss the project’s design and explore lessons learned relevant to other waterfront areas. We will also highlight innovative features employed by the program team in structural material selection, waterproofing strategies, drainage considerations, and climate change planning.
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