UC Berkeley Clark Kerr Dining Hall Renovation located in Berkeley, CA is a seismic and historic renovation of a Type I cast-in-place concrete and timber higher education dining hall project. The project is designed by Bar Architects. This CMAR project totals 24,470 square feet throughout Building 10, a single-level structure. As the first building rehabilitation on the mission-style Clark Kerr Campus, the renewed facilities include a 500-seat hall-style dining room, two smaller dining rooms, outdoor dining terraces, a servery, and a large commercial kitchen with storage areas. Outside the dining hall renovations were performed on administrative offices and conference rooms. The scope of work entailed corrective structural work to meet current seismic standards and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Additional upgrades included new MEPS systems, an elevator, restrooms, locker rooms, and below-grade waterproofing. The exterior ramps, courtyard, and landscape also underwent upgrades via removal and replacement. Webcor self-performed carpentry, doors, and building specialties. This project is LEED Gold®.