American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter

Golden Gate Bridge History First Hand (2 HSWs)

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Presented by Bob David, AIA

Bob David, AIA is an architect, photographer, long-time Bridge District employee, informal historian and archivist of the Golden Gate Bridge. He began working for the Bridge 39 years ago, during which time he has photo documented various construction projects including the Bridge redecking project in the 1980s and the still ongoing Seismic Retrofit project. He will also describe his personal journey to meet the architects and artists of the bridge and uncover their work, some of which was manifested in the recent exhibit at the California Historical Society, for which he acted as curatorial advisor.


This program is part of Insight 2012. Join AIA San Francisco for two days of continuing education classes addressing leading issues on design, practice, and technology. This year's series will help you meet both your California and AIA continuing education requirements. Sign-up for one class or the whole series!