Moscone Center Tenant Improvements located in San Francisco, CA is a renovation of a Type I hospitality project. The project is designed by HOK. This CMAR project totals 724,000 square feet throughout one structure with three levels above grade. Project spanned the North and South halls, and included significant infrastructure upgrades such as the replacement of mechanical and electrical systems, conveyance modernization, and fiber optic data and telecommunication upgrades. In addition to the North and South halls, the renovation featured enhancements to all ballrooms, lobbies, restrooms and concourses. Enhancements included upgraded finishes, improved functionality, and compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Upgrades made to the North Hall specifically include a new two-foot-by-six-foot ceiling grid, linear light fixtures, a new operable partition, painting the walls, relocation of the existing down lights, self-performed replacement of doors and hangers, and installation of new carpet tiles. The larger project phase, the South Hall renovation, involved renovating a hall the size of nearly one city block. Renovations to this hall included drywall preparation and coatings application, painting the ceiling, and painting the vertical and horizontal surfaces as well as the walls. Webcor self-performed doors, frames, and finish hardware.