San Francisco's Fourth Canstruction Event
benefiting the SF-Marin Food Bank
101 Spear Street, San Francisco
The exhibit will be in the historic lobby and main atrium space.
Teams are rolling up their sleeves to compete against one another by designing and building elaborate structures using only cans of food. Our theme this year is “AmeriCAN Grown”. Once built, the sculptures will be judged in various categories and then the winners will be announced!
These giant can structures will be on display for public viewing November 7-14 in the lobby and atrium of Rincon Center in downtown San Francisco. At the end of the exhibit, all the cans will be donated to the Food Bank!
Check our the teams competing to raise money for the Food Bank, here!
Entrance to the exhibit is FREE of charge, but we encourage you to bring a can of food to donate in our collection barrels.
We are incredibly grateful to Del Monte for generously donating cans being used in this year’s exhibit!
Join us in working to end hunger in our community. Donating to this event is a great way to help feed hungry people and raise issues of hunger awareness. Whether you’re giving $5 or a large sponsorship level amount, all donations are greatly appreciated.
Thank you to the following companies who are generously donating
their time on these design/build teams:
Ameri-CANsTRUCKtion: FME Architecture + Design, DPR Construction
CAN't Touch This: Audio Visual Design Group, AE3, Skanska, Thorton Tomasetti
Crome Architecture, Studio J Architecture
Dahlin Group, Biggs Cardosa, Nuvis
Dome Construction/Taylor Design/HDR/SGH
Fluor Bridging the Hunger Gap: Fluor, American Bridge
RockCAN Royalty: Huntsman Architectural Group, GCI General Contractors, Rutherford + Chekene
SmithGroupJJR, Tipping Structural Engineers, Source Planning and Construction, WSP, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Something Nutty: RIM Architects, Cuschieri Horton Architects, ZFA Structural Engineers, MK2 Engineers, Swinerton Builders
Webcor | Perkins Eastman | DCI+SDE | Arup
William Duff Architects, Jeff King and Company, Mosswood Engineering