This project will provide over 3,400 permanent, new jobs, many of which will be available for line service workers in the hospitality industry. In addition, this project will create an estimated 3,407 construction jobs through 2018.
The Moscone Expansion project is on a separate track because the process exists in much shorter timeframe. The Central Corridor Plan is a long range plan looking forward towards the next 30 years. The Moscone Expansion project is designed to keep the center competitive, and to capture conventions that might otherwise go into other cities within the next six to seven years.
The roles are as follows:
Architects: Skidmore, Owning & Merrill, LLP and Mark Cavagnero Associates
Contractors: Webcor Builders
Project management: Department of Public Works
Building owner: The Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure
Oversight: Tourism Improvement District Management Corporation Board of Directors
Additional: Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development
Building Owners: City and County of San Francisco