The San Francisco Department of Public Works (SFDPW) designed and delivered a new Animal Care and Control Facility, to be constructed within the building envelope within an existing historical building at 1419 Bryant Street. The Facility consists of a multi-level interior featuring a small animal hospital that incorporates elements of specialty clinic and emergency room functions. The design employs animal husbandry and veterinary space design methodologies, specifically regarding clinical treatment and surgery rooms with specialized systems that manage odor and disease control for multiple species.
- Information Technology
- Converged Network
- Structured Cabling
As part of this project, SFDPW desires to build technology infrastructure supporting the deployment of a converged building services network, information technology systems, and building security systems. The new technology systems support operations, communications, employee workflow, and animal well-being. RLS was tapped by QuezadArchitecture as primary technology consultant to ensure the Converged Network design was completed to industry best practices. RLS defined SFACC requirements through site surveys, and drafted installation details for the above-mentioned systems.