The University of California, San Francisco Mission Bay Development Fireproofing Process Building 19B Design – San Francisco, California
CMTS was selected to provide construction inspection services for UCSF’s Biology & Genetics Research Building (19B) as part of the Mission Bay Development project. CMTS is responsible for quality control and quality assurance inspections in areas including site preparation, driven pre-stressed concrete piles, pile caps, grade beams and crawl space slab, and a structural steel frame with metal deck. CMTS also inspected structural slabs and shear walls, concrete fill on metal deck, miscellaneous steel and iron, exterior cladding systems, including handset travertine stone, glazed aluminum curtain wall and windows, metal louvers, roofing, doors and windows, architectural finishes, laboratory casework and equipment, architectural millwork, elevators, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, building controls and auxiliary systems. CMTS also provided Construction Inspection Services for the QB3 Building (Building QB3 24C), which houses The California Institute of Bioengineering, Biotechnology, and Quantitative Biomedical Research. This facility serves as the headquarters of the QB3 Institute. CMTS was responsible for quality control and quality assurance inspections to ensure compliance with contract plans and specifications and with California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 19 and Title 24.