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James R. Herman Cruise Terminal Project at Pier 27


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Project Description

The Port of San Francisco (“Port”) intends to develop a primary cruise terminal at Pier 27 to replace the existing facility at Pier 35. The existing primary terminal at Pier 35 has neither the sufficient capacity to allow for the increasing length and passenger capacity of new cruise ships nor the amenities needed for an international cruise terminal. Pier 27 is currently used as a back-up berth, but does not have any amenities within the maritime shed.

The Port proposes the development of a new cruise terminal on Pier 27 would serve as the primary cruise ship terminal, while the cruise terminal on Pier 35 would be used as a secondary terminal in the event that two cruise ships require berthing on the same date. The Port envisions the new, primary Pier 27 Cruise Terminal to be named in the honor of James R. Herman, former Port Commissioner and President of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. The James R. Herman cruise terminal would be designed to meet modern ship and operational requirements of the cruise industry and provide an appropriate, welcoming gateway to the City.

In concert with the cruise terminal facility, the Port proposes to create and construct the Northeast Wharf Plaza, an approximately 2.5 acre public open space to be located along the west end of Pier 27, along the Embarcadero Promenade. 

Cruise Terminal


Under the approved design scheme, the proposed plan calls for the demolition of the existing Pier 27 maritime shed which opens up the site for construction of an approximately 88,000 square foot, two-level cruise terminal facility and the Northeast Wharf Plaza. The proposed size of the terminal was defined as optimal to serve current and anticipated ship berthing requirements and associated passenger flows.

Passengers departing and arriving in San Francisco would pass through the terminal, which would house ticketing, baggage and Customs and Border Protection Area and security operations. The cruise terminal improvements would include installation of new maritime equipment, including a mobile overhead gangway for boarding passengers along the Pier 27 apron. The cruise ship shoreside power infrastructure would be in place to provide electricity to power the ship while in berth, allowing cruise ships to cease running their on-board engines.

The paved triangular area between Pier 27 and 29, referred to as the valley, is proposed as the Ground Transportation Area (“GTA”) for the cruise terminal. The GTA would be approximately 3 acres providing sufficient space to support access, drop-off and exiting by trucks, taxis, buses and passenger vehicles to meet provisioning and passenger loading needs of the cruise terminal. The GTA circulation and operation plan includes vehicle queuing space and is proposed to meet all transportation needs off-street, in an effort to remedy traffic congestion and transportation conflicts currently generated from Pier 35 cruise terminal operations impacting The Embarcadero.

In recent year, the Port has received cruise ship calls that have fluctuated between 40 and 80 calls a year, which is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. If a new cruise terminal is constructed, the relationship of the cruise facilities at Pier 27 and Pier 35 would be reversed from current conditions; Pier 27 would become the primary cruise terminal and Pier 35 would serve as a secondary facility. While the annual number of ship calls is expected to remain the same in the future, cruise ship size is growing, holding larger numbers of passengers. The level of improvements and equipment proposed in the Pier 27 cruise terminal would be designed to optimally handle vessels carrying 2,600 passengers (base design load) and would provide some additional capacity at key areas to serve vessels carrying up to 4,000 passengers (peak design load). Additionally, the facility would continue to be used for maritime events, such as Fleet Week, foreign naval diplomatic calls, Tall Ships Festivals and visits by oceanic research vessels.

Northeast Wharf Plaza


The proposed Northeast Wharf Plaza would provide an approximately 2.5 acre open space at the western end of Pier 27. Pursuant to the planning policies and objectives in the Port and Bay Conservation and Development Commission’s (“BCDC”) plans, the Northeast Wharf Plaza would be designed to serve as a major waterfront park resource to support passive recreational enjoyment and expansive public views of San Francisco Bay.

The Design Team has developed various design concepts for the Plaza, integrated with the cruise terminal facility and has considered various topographical, material and landscaping treatments and characteristics. The open space would include a “piazza” feature along the western edge of the valley, which would require the demolition of the Pier 27 Annex office building. The historic Pier 29 Beltline Office building would be preserved and integrated within the Plaza design.

The Northeast Wharf Plaza would provide a gathering area for passengers and the general public to view cruise ships when in port, although physical access to the ships would be restricted in accordance to Federal Homeland Security regulations. These regulations would require temporary security fencing along the Pier 27 apron when cruise ships are in berth. When there are no cruise ships, fences would be opened to restore public access to the extent practicable.

Shared Uses


While the cruise terminal would be a permanent facility, there are times throughout the year when cruise ships do not call at Pier 27. During these times, the design for the cruise terminal provides for approximately 60,000 square feet of space for shared uses to generate revenues when cruise ships are not berthed. The shared use area, which may extend into the GTA, would accommodate special events, conferences and other public or private gatherings.

In addition, the project may include limited commercial revenue-producing uses, such as restaurants, that are ancillary to the terminal operations. The public space and commercial components are intended to complement the cruise terminal, but also to thrive independently of cruise terminal operations.

Project Objectives

The Port desires to develop a world-class home port cruise terminal that reflects the values of San Francisco residents and the City’s leadership, meets international cruise terminal standards, and complies with regulatory requirements, including the Port’s commitment to the stewardship of waterfront historic resources within the Embarcadero Historic District. 

The Port has established a set of goals and objectives to build a modern cruise terminal to meet the evolved security and passenger demands of the cruise industry while also allowing for meeting and special event uses when not occupied for cruise purposes. The major project objectives include:

  1. Transform Pier 27 into a year-round cruise terminal that will meet the evolved security and passenger handling demands of the cruise ship industry.
  2. Develop an efficient facility that will lower the Port’s operational costs by the use of effective space planning and equipment to handle passenger circulation and provisioning. 
  3. Configure the cruise terminal in a way that will create opportunities for Port to allow special event uses when the terminal is not occupied for cruise purposes. The special event uses could result in additional revenue to the Port and an enhancement to the City’s meeting and convention business.
  4. Demolish approximately 220,000 square feet of the existing Pier 27 shed and the non-historic portion of the Pier 29 shed.  In part, this demolition will create the required open space plaza that will serve as a major attraction to visitors and residents and connect the Port’s continuity of public spaces along the waterfront.
  5. Develop a project that supports the Port’s Waterfront Land Use Plan and the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) Special Area Plan by creating the Northeast Wharf, a major public open space integrated with public access on Pier 27, promoting public views of the bay that also promotes recreational enjoyment in a maritime district.
  6. Develop a project that embodies the City’s commitment to sustainability principles by following the guidelines from the US Green Building Council and achieve a Silver rating.

Project History

In September 2006, Mayor Newsome appointed a Blue Ribbon Cruise Terminal Advisory Panel to evaluate the necessity of a new cruise terminal and its value to San Francisco and, if determined necessary and valuable, where that terminal should be located based on cost considerations, maritime functionality, and potential funding sources.

The Port Commission accepted the Advisory Panel recommendations in September 2007 which allowed the Port to develop a strategy to build a modern cruise terminal at Pier 27 which would meet the evolved security and passenger demands of the cruise industry while also allowing for meeting and special events uses when not occupied for cruise purposes.

In February 2009, the Port completed a feasibility analysis of Pier 27. In June 2009, the Port Commission, through a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”), retained the City’s Department of Public Works (“DPW”) to assist in the design and the construction management of the Project. Through the MOU, DPW was enlisted to advertise a contract for a Construction Manager / General Contractor ("CM/CG") that would offer a constructability review and cost estimating services as well as to plan and organize the sequence of construction activities. In addition, DPW was tasked with providing a competitive hiring process to secure an environmental consultant to comply with CEQA requirements.

In November 2009, the Port Commission authorized Port staff to execute an architectural and engineering contract with a design team lead by Kaplan, McLaughlin & Diaz and Pfau Long Architects in association with cruise terminal design consultant, Bermello Ajamil & Partners (“Design Team”). The Design Team and DPW have since developed final construction drawings for the cruise terminal building as well as prepared design plans for the Northeast Wharf Plaza.

In concert with these efforts, Port staff has conducted a public process to solicit input from waterfront and maritime stakeholders as well as the Port Commission. Port staff has held several public workshops and meetings to present and solicit response on the design and program for both the cruise terminal and the plaza. As part of that effort, the Port’s Executive Director appointed a Pier 27 Design Steering Committee to provide ideas and raise issues throughout the development process. Port staff has regularly updated the Port’s Maritime and Commerce Advisory Committee (“MCAC”). The MCAC created a subgroup to provide additional input into the design and operation of the Project.
In 2010, the Port, DPW and the Design Team contemplated two options for providing a new cruise terminal: 1) renovation of the existing Pier 27 shed and 2) construction of a new building. By Fall 2010, the City was engaged in discussions with Oracle Racing and the Golden Gate Yacht Club regarding a possible bid to host the 34th America’s Cup (“AC34”) in San Francisco. The negotiations that ensued, which included the Port, ultimately led to the City’s host city proposal which incorporated use of several northern waterfront piers, including Pier 27 as the America’s Cup Village, the major entertainment, hospitality and spectator viewing center for the racing event.

On December 14, 2010, the Board of Supervisors endorsed a Host and Venue Agreement (“HVA”) with the America’s Cup Event Authority LLC (“Event Authority”). On December 31, 2010, the Golden Gate Yacht Club selected San Francisco as the host city.

In light of these developments, the Port Commission on December 14, 2010 authorized Port staff and its Design Team to initiate schematic design on Scheme B2, a design option that would construct a new cruise terminal building.

Under the HVA, the spectator viewing and program requirements of the America’s Cup Village provides for the demolition of the Pier 27 shed and a connecting portion of the Pier 29 shed, and a two-phase construction of the Pier 27 cruise terminal, as noted below:

Phase 1

Phase 1 would consist of hazardous material abatement and demolition of the Pier 27 shed, partial demolition of the Pier 29 shed and the Pier 27 Annex office building, relocation of the shoreside power equipment, and preparation of the Pier 27 site to allow the Event Authority under the HVA for the 34th America’s Cup (“Event”) to install temporary improvements for the duration of the racing events. Starting in early 2012, the Port would construct the “core and shell” of the cruise terminal building over approximately a one year period for temporary use by the Event Authority in 2013.

The building would include bathrooms, elevators, partial finishes, lighting, and all systems and features necessary for a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy.

Interior space designated for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection would be left unfinished.

The exterior landscape and transit areas would be limited to providing safe access in and out of the building.

Phase 2


After the Event and Piers 27 and 29 are returned to the Port, the Port would build-out the remaining portions of the cruise terminal building (e.g., the U.S. Customs and Border Protection offices and security rooms), install maritime equipment such as the mobile gangway system, fenders and bollards, complete a facility operations area, and complete improvements to the Northeast Wharf Plaza and the ground transportation area. These improvements are hoped to be completed in Fall 2014.

In June 2011, the Port Commission authorized the award of the CM/GC contract to Turner Construction Company, while the Design Team completed the Pier 27 design work. Turner Construction Company has provided pre-construction services that consisted of determining the constructability of the design, developed cost estimates, and prepared trade subcontractor bid packages. Turner Construction Company continues to bid and award a trade subcontractor packages for the Phase 1 core and shell terminal building.

Following demolition of Pier 27 shed which began late February 2012, new Phase 1 construction has begun in April 2012 and is scheduled to be completed by March 2013.

For on-going construction updates, please use this link: www.sfdpw.org/cruiseshipterminal.

Phase 2 FAQ Neighborhood Flyer

Project Schedule (Revised)


Milestone

Timeframe

Phase 1 Construction

April 2012 - March 2013

America's Cup Use

March 2013 - October 2013

Phase 2 Construction

November 2013 - Spring 2014

Cruise Terminal Operational

Fall 2014


Request for Proposals

Request for Proposals for Pier 27 Cruise Terminal Management

- RFP addendum v1 (PDF) - The addendum includes a clarification to the RFP Scope of Work, Management Contract Services.  Specifically, it includes an additional phrase, "ground transportation area", noted in blue, to 1-d of the Scope of Work.

RFP addendum v2 (PDF) - This addendum includes a clarification to the Section V Evaluation Criteria. Specifically, it removes prior language and adds a clarification of how the proposals will be evaluated and scored.

- Pier 27 RFP Prebid Conference Sign-In Sheet - Attendees at the December 3, 2012 pre-submittal meeting.

- Pier 27 Special Event Inquiry (PDF)

- Clarification Regarding Minimum Qualifications and Management Services (PDF)


Links to Pier 27 Cruise Terminal Reports: 


Port Commission Meeting: June 11, 2013

ITEM 11B 

Request authorization to commence Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal Management Agreement negotiations with Metro Cruise Services, LLC in accordance with Chapter 21 of the City's Administrative Code and the Port's Request for Proposals.  (Resolution No. 13-25)

 Exhibit A - Site Map


Port Commission Meeting: May 14, 2013

ITEM 8B 

Informational Presentation Introducing the Respondents to the Request for Proposals for Cruise Terminal Passenger Operations, Parking and Conference and Special Event Management for the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27

Port Commission Meeting: April 23, 2013

ITEM 10A 

Informational Presentation on Project Port Revenues from the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal Operations

Port Commission Meeting: December 6, 2012

ITEM 12A 

Request authorization to execute an amendment to the Architectural and Engineering contract with the joint venture of Kaplan, McLaughlin, Diaz Architects and Pfau Long Architecture in association with Bermello Ajamil and Partners to increase the amount of the contract from $9,950,000 to an amount not-to-exceed $11,491,708, which consists of an increase of $1,541,708, for Phase 2 Project construction administration services and other services for Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project, located on The Embarcadero at Lombard Street ("Project"), and to extend the term to December 31, 2014. (Resolution No. 12-96)

Request authorization to execute an amendment to the Construction Manager/General Contractor contract with Turner Construction Company to increase the contract amount from $64,719,777 to an amount not-toexceed $100,880,163, and to further increase the contract amount by $3,616,039 (10%) through contract modification or change order, if needed for unanticipated contingencies, for a total authorization of $104,496,202, to fund the Phase 2 Project construction, and to extend the
term to December 31, 2014. (Resolution No. 12-97)

Request authorization to execute an amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) to increase the MOU funding from the existing not-toexceed amount of $7,778,267 to an amount not-to-exceed $9,714,495, which consists of an increase of $1,936,228 for Phase 2 for Project Management services, and to extend the term to December 31, 2014. (Resolution No. 12-98)

Port Commission Meeting: September 6, 2012

ITEM 9A

Request authorization to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Cruise Terminal Passenger Operations, Parking and Special Events Management Aggreement at the Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal, located at Lombard Street and The Embarcadero. (Resolution No. 12-66)

Port Commission Meeting: April 24, 2012

ITEM 11A

Request authorization to execute a fourth amendment to the Architectural and Engineering contract with the joint venture of Kaplan, McLaughlin, Diaz Architects and Pfau Long Architecture in association with Bermello Ajamil and Partners to increase the amount of the contract from $9,173,292 to an amount not-to-exceed $9,950,000, which consists of an increase of $776,708, for the Phase 1 Piers 27-29 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project, located on The Embarcadero at Lombard Street. (Resolution No. 12-38)

Request authorization to execute a third amendment to the Construction Manager/General Contractor contract with Turner Construction Company to increase the contract amount from $45,408,424 to an amount not-to-exceed $47,288,453, and to further increase the contract amount by $2,690,430 (approximately 6%) through contract modification or change order, if needed for unanticipated contingencies, for a total authorization of $49,978,883, to fund the Phase 1 Piers 27-29 construction trade subcontractor packages. (Resolution No. 12-39)

Request authorization to execute a fourth amendment to the Construction Manager/General Contractor contract with Turner Construction Company to increase the total authorization from $49,978,883 to a contract amount not-to-exceed $63,500,093, which includes $1,324,370 for a Construction Manager/General Contractor fee, and to further increase the contract amount by $1,219,684 (10% contingency) through contract modifications or change order if needed for unanticipated contingencies, for a total authorization of $64,719,777, to fund new public improvements related to the 34th America’s Cup Event at Pier 19, Pier 23, Pier 29, Pier 64, Pier ½, and Piers 30-32. (Resolution No.12-40)

Port Commission Meeting: December 16, 2011

ITEM 9A

Request adoption of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Findings and a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) in connection with the authorization of construction contracts and associated approvals to implement the Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza (Project), located on The Embarcadero at Lombard Street. (Resolution No. 11-75)

Phase 1 Site Map

Project Site Map

Cruise Terminal Building Floor Plan

Rendering of Cruise Terminal

Attachment A. CEQA Findings

Attachment B. Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program

 

Request approval of a Third Amended Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) to increase the MOU funding from the existing amount not-to-exceed $3,883,664 to a total amount not-to-exceed $7,778,267, which amounts to an increase of $3,894,603, for Phase 1 Project construction administration services and other services, and to extend the term from March 30, 2012 to April 1, 2013. (Resolution No. 11-76)

Request approval to amend the Architectural and Engineering contract with the joint venture of Kaplan, McLaughlin, Diaz Architects and Pfau Long Architecture to include services for Phase 1 construction administration, increase the amount of the contract from $8,110,903 to an amount not-to-exceed $8,888,292, which consists of an increase of $777,389, and authorize a contingency funds of $285,000 (approximately 3.2%) for unforeseen design and related services and to extend the term from March 30, 2012 to April 1, 2013. (Resolution No. 11-77)

Request approval to amend the Construction Manager/General Contractor contract with Turner Construction Company to increase the contract amount from $9,989,251 to an amount not-to-exceed $41,480,748, which consists of an increase of $31,491,497, and to staff to increase the contract amount by $3,927,676 (approximately 9.5%) through contract modification or change order, if needed for unanticipated contingencies to fund the Phase 1 Project construction trade subcontractor packages, including shed demolition and the design-build shoreside power relocation. (Resolution No. 11-78)

Port Commission Meeting: September 13, 2011

ITEM 10A Request approval to amend the Construction Manager/General Contractor contract with Turner Construction Company to increase the contract amount for the long lead item trade subcontractor bid package for structural steel by an amount not-to-exceed $6,050,000, which consists of a base amount of $5,500,000, and a 10% contingency amount of $550,000 for Project Phase 1 Construction. (Resolution No. 11-59)

Cruise Terminal Design Steering Committee: September 8, 2011

Port Commission Meeting: July 12, 2011

ITEM 9B 

Request approval to enter into a Second Amended Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) to extend the scope of work from Design Development through Construction Drawings for the Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project (Project); and

Request approval to increase the MOU funding authorization for DPW in the amount not to exceed $2,111,517, which consists of a base amount of $1,919,561, and a 10% contingency of $191,956; and

Request approval to amend the Architectural and Engineering contract with the joint venture of Kaplan, McLaughlin, Diaz Architects and Pfau Long Architecture in the amount not to exceed $3,039,449 which consists of a base contract amount of $2,763,135, and a 10% contingency of $276,314; and

Request approval to extend the term of the MOU with DPW to March 30, 2012. (Resolution No. 11-50)

Port Commission Meeting: June 14, 2011

ITEM 10B 

Request authorization to award the contract for Construction Manager/ General Contractor services for the Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project to Turner Construction Company in the amount of $3,581,137, and to create a contract contigency fund of 10% of the contract amount (of $358,114) for unanticipated contingencies. (Resolution No. 11-45)

Exhibit A – Tabulation of Bids

Port Commission Meeting: April 26, 2011

ITEM 8B  

Informational presentation on the determination of Fiscal Feasibility for the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27 and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project.

 

            Attachment 1 -- Board of Supervisors Memo

            Attachment 2 -- Board of Supervisors Resolution

            Attachment 3 -- Schematic Terminal Plan

            Attachment 4 -- Site Plan Phase 1

            Attachment 5 -- Site Plan Phase 2

            Attachment 6 -- Terminal Rendering

            Attachment 7 -- Terminal Rendering

            Attachment 8 -- Terminal Rendering

  

 Port Commission Meeting: April 12, 2011

Approval of 1st amended MOU with Department of Public Works

ITEM 9B  

Request approval to enter into a First Amended Memorandum of Understanding (“Amended MOU”) for Design Development with the San Francisco Department of Public  Works (DPW) to extend the scope of work from Schematic Design through Design for the Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project (“Project”); and 

 

Request approval to increase fees for the design contract with the joint venture of Kaplan, McLaughlin, Diaz and Pfau Long Architecture in the amount not to exceed $1,950,161 to extend the Project scope of work from Schematic Design through Design Development, and seek an additional authorization for a ten percent contingency in the amount of $195,016 in the event of necessary change orders; and for $264,893 for retroactive design costs as described herein for a total contract authorization of $2,410,070; and to extend the term of the Agreement to July 31, 2011 and;

 

Request approval for the Port staff to utilize the Integrated Project Delivery approach for the procurement of Project construction services; and authorize DPW to advertise for a Construction Manager/General Contractor for this purpose. (Resolution No. 11-22)

 

Exhibit 1 – Revised Schematic Design


  

 

Port Commission Meeting: March 22, 2011

 

ITEM 8A 

Informational presentation on Schematic Design for the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza Project at Pier 27

Attachment – December 2010 Cruise Terminal Staff Report
Attachment – Cruise Terminal Renderings

 

Port Commission Meeting: December 14, 2010

 

Approval of preferred concept design for Pier 27 cruise terminal project

 

ITEM 8C 

Request approval of a preferred concept design for the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal, located along The Embarcadero at Pier 27. (Resolution No. 10-80)

Scheme B2 – Contextual Site Plan
Scheme B2 – Ground Floor Plan
Scheme B2 – Second Floor Plan + Mezzanine
Scheme B2 – Exterior Renderings

Port Commission Meeting: August 19, 2010

Award of contract to Environmental Sciences Associates for environmental review services

 

ITEM 10B

Request approval of award of contract in an amount not to exceed $851,543 to Environmental Sciences Associates for environmental review services for the Pier 27 James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza

 


Port Commission Meeting: July 13, 2010

 

Informational presentation on the conceptual design options and fiscal feasibility approval process of the Pier 27 cruise terminal project

 

ITEM 9B

Informational presentation on the Conceptual Design Options and Fiscal Feasibility approval process of the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza public improvement project, located along The Embarcadero at Pier 27, at Lombard Street

Attachments:

1 - Scheme A Master Plan - Re-Use Building
2 - Scheme B Master Plan - New Building
3 - Master Plan Public Plaza
4 - MCAC Letter
5 - Princess Cruises' Letter

 

Port Commission Meeting: April 13, 2010

Cruise Terminal Design Steering Committee: May 6, 2010

Final Facility Program Statement - San Francisco Cruise Terminal and Northeast Wharf Plaza - May 2010 Prepared for the Port of San Francisco by KMD/PLA Pier 27 Joint Venture

Port Commission Meeting: November 10, 2009

Port Commision Meeting: May 11, 2009

ITEM 6A  

Authorization to enter into an MOU with DAW for Pier 27 cruise terminal project

  

 

 

Pier 27 Cruise Terminal Conceptual Site Planning Study: Summary Report


Prepared for the Port of San Francisco By BAE and EDAW/AECOM

 

 

 

Other Related Cruise Terminal Reports and Documents

 

Pier 27 Cruise Terminal Presentation: June 9, 2011 (pdf)

Port Commission Meeting: October 28, 2008

ITEM 11A  

Informational presentation on Cruise Terminal Site Planning at Pier 27 (Site Location: The Embarcadero and Battery Street).

 

            Attachment A -- Cruise Terminal Advisory Panel Final Recommendations to the Port Commission

            Attachment B, C and D -

            Cruise Terminal PowerPoint Presentation

 

  

Port Commission Meeting: September 25, 2007

ITEM 9A  

Accept Recommendations of the Cruise Terminal Advisory Panel and Conclude Process

 

            Attachment A thru E -- Site Plan

            Attachment F -- Preliminary Cost Estimates

            Attachment G -- Cruise Terminal Advisory Panel Recommendations 

            Cruise Terminal Advisory Panel's PowerPoint Presentation

 

  

Port Commission Meeting: September 12, 2006

ITEM 4B  

Informational Presentation on Cruise Terminal at Piers 30-32

            Attachment A -- Phase One

            Attachment B -- Phase Two

            Attachment C -- Phase Two Expansion

 
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