Cherryland Community Center

A special place for community gatherings and events

This new community center will be in the unincorporated community of Cherryland, a historically underserved area sandwiched between San Lorenzo, Castro Valley and Hayward. Working with MIG, Noll & Tam facilitated multiple community workshops and steering committee meetings to develop a wish list and priorities that include a large multi-purpose room, a catering kitchen, a small library, preschool area and classrooms. The design complements the nearby Meek Estate, a historic mansion previously surrounded by orchards. The project is targeting LEED Silver certification.

“I think it’s safe to say this will be one of the most beautiful centers in our district, if not in the area.”

 

Kerrilyn Ely

Recreation Superintendent for Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Details and Team

Project Details

Hayward, CA

Location

17,500 SF

Size

$15M

Construction Budget

Projected 2019

Completion Date
Team

IDA Structural Engineers, Inc

Structural

McCracken & Woodman

Mechanical/Plumbing

Silverman & Light

Electrical

Wreco

Civil

MIG

Landscape

Charles M. Salter Associates

Security

Matthew Williams

Signage

Loisos + Ubbelohde

Sustainability

Rockridge Geotechnical

Geotechnical
Project Details

Hayward, CA

Location

17,500 SF

Size

$15M

Construction Budget

Projected 2019

Completion Date
Team

IDA Structural Engineers, Inc

Structural

McCracken & Woodman

Mechanical/Plumbing

Silverman & Light

Electrical

Wreco

Civil

MIG

Landscape

Charles M. Salter Associates

Security

Matthew Williams

Signage

Loisos + Ubbelohde

Sustainability

Rockridge Geotechnical

Geotechnical

This new community center will be in the unincorporated community of Cherryland, a historically underserved area sandwiched between San Lorenzo, Castro Valley and Hayward. Working with MIG, Noll & Tam facilitated multiple community workshops and steering committee meetings to develop a wish list and priorities that include a large multi-purpose room, a catering kitchen, a small library, preschool area and classrooms. The design complements the nearby Meek Estate, a historic mansion previously surrounded by orchards. The project is targeting LEED Silver certification.

“I think it’s safe to say this will be one of the most beautiful centers in our district, if not in the area.”

 

Kerrilyn Ely

Recreation Superintendent for Hayward Area Recreation and Park District