Ferry Building Port Commission Chambers
San Francisco, CA
The Ferry Building, one of the most iconic structures along the San Francisco waterfront, was constructed in 1898 as a port for commuters from the East Bay. Until the 1930s, it was the second busiest transit terminal in the world. The construction of the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges diminished ferry traffic significantly and large portions of the building were then converted into office spaces for the Port Commission. Salter provided audiovisual and acoustic consulting for the Commission’s Hearing Room, incorporating a movable dais, display systems, and Internet broadcasting capabilities.
- TEF Design, San Francisco, CA
- AIA Merit Award for Design, The American Institute of Architects, California Council, 2004
- AIA Excellence in Design Award, The American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, 2004