Carrara Marble Company of America Inc.’s, San Francisco office has become one of the largest local stone contractors in the Bay Area with an unsurpassed reputation for Dimensional Stone Projects, Design/Build Systems, Historical Building Restoration, and Terra Cotta building façades. Carrara’s San Francisco office covers the area from Sacramento to San Jose.
Carrara, San Francisco proudly claims the landmark exterior of the United States Court of Appeals at Mission and Seventh Street, completed in 1995. With its own local resources, Carrara successfully completed this large-scale, historical granite reconstruction and seismic retrofitting project. Also in 1995, Carrara completed the William Gates Science Building at Stanford University, which consisted of approximately 30,000 square feet of large cubic limestone on a design/build steel support and anchorage system that was entirely furnished and installed by Carrara’s own labor forces. Following those projects, Carrara was contracted to complete the Seismic Retrofitting and the Historical Restoration of the San Francisco City Hall. This Seismic Retro fitting involved restoration of existing Limestone, Marble and Granite and the procurement and installation of new Terra Cotta, Masonry, Terrazzo, Ceramic and Porcelain Tile. The exterior and interior were restored by means of a Chemical and Micro-Abrasive Cleaning technique (JOS).
Carrara’s achievements in the San Francisco Bay Area include, as general contractor, the successful and timely completion of the Historical Broadway Façade project in the City of Oakland.
Carrara Marble Company of Americaother achievements: San Francisco Civic Center, Elihu Harris State Office Building (Oakland), Kaiser Hospital (Walnut Creek), Stanford University Art Museum and Bill Gates Science Center, Oakland Administration (Historical Lobby Restoration), San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf and San Francisco Market Street Renovations, State Parking Structure Façade (Palo Alto), 102 Second Street Office Tower, Four Seasons Hotel, UCSF QB3 Bioscience Building, and UCSF Housing Project.
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621 Moraga Way, Ste. 3
Orinda, CA 94563