Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Anshen and Allen, Architects (firm); Ciampi, Mario J., and Associates (firm); Dewell, Robert D., Structural Engineer (firm); Dinwiddie Construction, Incorporated (firm); Eagleson Engineers, Mechanical Engineers (firm); Gould and Degenkolb, Structural Engineers (firm); Krieger, Charles, Electrical Engineer (firm); Pomeroy, J.H., and Company, Structural Engineers (firm); William Stephen Allen Jr. (architect); Samuel Robert Anshen (architect); Mario Joseph Ciampi (architect); Henry John Degenkolb (structural engineer); Robert D. Dewell (structural engineer); William Starrett Dinwiddie Sr. (building contractor); Eagleson (mechanical engineer); Gould (structural engineer); John Henry Calvin Pomeroy (structural engineer)

Dates: [unspecified]

San Francisco, CA

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Anshen and Allen designed the International Building for the Natomas Company. San Francisco architect, Mario Ciampi, associated with Anshen and Allen on this project.

The International Building, San Francisco, CA, was awarded a First Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1963, 1 of 5 nationally to receive this; it also received an Award of Excellence from the American Institute of Steel Construction in 06/1962, 1 of 14 nationally selected, including 4 from CA.

PCAD id: 5984