Cabrillo Bath House/Pavilion

Project Description

First constructed in 1926, the building’s outdated interiors, structural deficiencies, failing mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as poor site accessibility, significantly limit its potential to serve Santa Barbara residents and visitors. As one of the City of Santa Barbara’s most significant public assets, its renovation ensures that it serves as a prime recreational facility well into the future.

The project includes:

  • Interior renovation of the Pavilion and Bathhouse
  • New heating, cooling, ventilation, plumbing and electrical systems
  • Renovation of the beachside promenade and the covered walkway (stoa) next to the playground
  • Landscaping around the building
  • Walkway along the western parking lot to connect Chase Palm Park to the promenade
  • Walkway onto the beach
  • Site lighting
  • New building ramps and walkway access via the parking lots and sidewalk

Scope of Services

Civil Engineering services provided by F&A included evaluating existing site pedestrian paths of travel for compliance with access code requirements and identify deficiencies, design of site improvements to address access deficiencies including a grading, drainage and paving plan, and design of site storm drain system improvements.