Jonas Kaufman singing "Sonnetti di Petrarca" by Franz Liszt.

     (For full screen viewing, click on the button at the lower right corner.)

Korean-born  Hae-Ran Lucy Ko, of Harvard University became the Judge for the Ninth Circuit Court of SF. 

Handel's "Messiah," performed by King's College, Cambridge Choir of London.

Slide ShowHercules Facility Renovation Project,

initiated as of Oct 01, 2012 by this firm.--Total Renovation Budget,

eight courts in three parks: "$770,880," estimated in 2013 with the IRS Nonprofit Application Form 1023 authorized by the former City Manager Steve Duran. City secured $2 million out of 2015 Tax Measures to repair delayed maintenance items and Public Records Act Compliance are enforceable.


(Lawsuit filed, Orbison V. City of Hercules, MSC16-00638, Contra Costa Superior Court, April 07, 2016: Notified this to the Dept of Finance, Governor Brown, Assemblymember Tony Thurmond, IRS and Charistable Trust Registry at Attorney General's Office for ongoing undisclosed Money Embezzlement activities out of Pil's copyrighted documents/submittals

Business Tort, Copyright Infringement and Conversion, Violation of Civil Rights/Defamation, Discrimination and Racism, Violation of California Public Records Acts Code 6250  (id. grant/Money Transfer"$805,072, Hercules City Council Meeting April 12, 2016, registering illegitimate DUNS (2, #034459504 & #024223476) under irrelevant business entities (3, someone else's revoked business entity, including "Hercules Community Partnership" and two other erroneous titles) and registering former employee and Mayor "Kriss Valstad,"  Violation of Brown Act, ongoing Civil Harassments at the City Council Meetings and at the Hercules Tennis Court by Dan Romero, and orchestrated Civil Conspiracy. Defendants: City of Hercules, Mayor Romero, Vice Mayor De Vera, former Mayor Delgado, City Attorney John Patrick Tang, City Manager David C. Biggs, Senior Center Rec. Specialist Kristina Griffith, former Rec Manager Greg Dwyer, former Parks and Rec Director Pedro Jimenez and his neighbor/friend as "Ostensible Agent" Judy Yamamoto Soriano.  April 12, 2016 Hercules City Council Meeting, Dan Romero skipped the Pil's Public Communication to get the Money "$805,072" transferred to their Reserve Account and provoked Pil in public at the later Public Communication Session (Agenda Item XII #1 & #2 and Agenda XIII)-- Youtube is posted under Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation, the City Meeting Video was re-edited to conceal their orchestrated conspiracy. (Duration: an "8-hour" session).  

AND NOTICE OF INTENTION FOR RECALL ELECTION PETITION AGAINST VICE MAYOR/MAYOR-TO-BE IN 2017 IS IN PROGRESS.


​​​HERCULES Project
"MAYOR MCCOY-the Cal Bears Leadership Project of 2015," ​​Continuing in 2016-2017"​​

Our US Tennis Association Organizational "Tennis-In-the-Parks" membership is authorized by IRS to offer tennis education for Juniors under tax deductible tuition fees, per the Government TAX CODES Section 170 (b) (1) (A) (vi) under the Tax Exemption Section 501 ( c )3, and it is effective as of July 18, 2013.

 Renovation Campaign Products*

1: Hat with the Berkeley Rose Garden and tennis court sketch/layout, c. 1930s: $30

#2: Mouse Pad with a picture of the original Rose Garden, c 1930s:  $30

#3: IPhone case (5s):  $15

#4: T-shirt (Pictures:  front & back):  $30

#5: Coffee Mug, righty or lefty (Microwave oven safe):  $15

#6:  Poster of the Berkeley Rose Garden, dimension 28.6 Cm x 43.9 Cm, glossy or matte:  $25

*These can also be custom-made with an inscription based on your request, and the cost will be extra $5 for each.  All items will be numbered.  All proceeds will be donated to the Rose Garden and Tennis Court Renovation Trust Fund.

​​Courtesies: painting by Urban Sketcher

Andie Thrams, wedding scene by Schoenfeldt

Mailing address for both Hercules and Berkeley branches:    1791 Solano Ave, D06, Berkeley, Ca 94707                                                                                         Email:  OrbisonTennisFoundation@gmail.com                          Ph:  (510) 612-3962;      Fax:  (510) 275-3533

        : Info@BayAreaDiversifiedTennisFoundation.org

        : Info@HerculesCommunityTennisFoundation.org

                                                                                                                                  

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​                  AKA, Orbison Tennis Foundation is a privately owned and operated Charitable Corporation.  
               Pil Lee Orbison | Graphic Design, by Pil Lee Orbison.  All Rights Reserved​.

Name endowment fund/donations are available --See our CPA/attorney's services offered thru our nonprofit programs.

           Registration:TBA

    Programs and locations: TBA
    1.  12-And-Under: $250 for 3-month     
    drop-In $20. (Sat 10-11:30 AM , Group/10-12.
​​    2.  Juniors, 18 and Under: school season,      
        summer camp, $250, for  3 Months. 
​       Drop-In: $20, Sat 12-2-Group of 10-12    
       blocks.
   3.  Special Needs Students: Nonprofit-  
        sponsored.  (During the School    
        Season)

  4.  Upcoming Calendar of Events/Location.--TBA   

   ​    Kids Under 12 PLAYDAY: 10-11:30 AM, $20 per  

       person 

   5.  Junior Under 18 PLAYDAY, 12-2 PM. Play with Pro 

State's and IRS' Amended Dissolution Clause, Section 2C, of the Amended Articles of Incorporation, dated Dec 31, 2013, from the Article of Incorporation, dated July 18, 2013, and the Certificate of Filing, dated Sept 21, 2013, issued by the Secretary of State are attached for the ownership claim purposes ratified by the Certificates of the Copyrighted Registrations:  

1.  Amended Version/SOS/IRS:

      https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/99ea6521-5fea-4cdb-b4fa-5ff5a31847ee 

2.  Submittals: generic version Article of Incorporation, dated Jul 18, 2013, Certificate of Filing, dated Sept 21, 2013, along with miscellaneous submittals including the architectural drawings for new facility addition and retaining wall designs, dated 2012-2013, City-sanctioned nonprofit Application and the Business Proposal, dated Sept 30, 2013, to the City of Hercules Park Director Pedro Jimenez for the Community Service and Library Committees (CSLC) meeting of Oct 14, 2013 are copyrighted:  https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/2a2cecb8-5d00-4b32-8dee-8ec48cab081a

Refugio Tennis Facility & Landmark Refugio

Valley    Park (c. 1988), Hercules, CA

Nonprofit Tax Law and guidelines:  

  • We accept bequests, devises, transfers, and name endowment fund under the Section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code
  • Public contributions/our incomes from fee charge to the public for our coach sessions and tennis court rental fees ​                                   ​                              are thus tax deductible under the Section 170 (b) (1) (A) (vi) under the Tax Exemption Section 501 ( c )3, and it is effective as of July 18, 2013.
  • Programs for Juniors under 18 are tax exempted under Section 501( c )3, per IRS.
  • Conflict of Interest policy applies.*

                           * Note:  Tax law governing Nonprofit Code prohibits private firms from being advertised on any nonprofit  

                                         corporation websites.  

  • Listed names are independent contractors to provide services for the public benefit purpose and are compensated 

         per diem basis under a corporate agreement, and their business websites and contact informations are 
         omitted from this website, per the nonprofit conflict of interest policy.

  • Volunteers in nonprofit code are paid on a per diem basis, per approval of the Board.  
  • Chief Executive Officer/President is paid based on the Tax Exemption Form 1023 Application approved by the IRS.

No Tree Sitters, Please:  There was no other landscape plan other than the current Maybeck's amphitheatre to be implemented in the original plan.

In addition, these root systems damaged one of the drainage pipes in the past and have been very invasive damaging the tennis courts surfaces and paths.  

(Estimate cost of resurfacing one tennis court:  $10,000-$15,000.)

​This requires a special engineering with geotechnical support and and resurfacing after relocating the underground drainage pipes.   

(Currently four Cedars, three Sequoia trees, Palm and Acacia trees are growing next to the tennis courts on the upper terrace and the ramp off the Euclid Ave, and we're proposing these to be removed and replace with less-invasive, like climbing roses and small shrubs.


And it will need to be widened up to 14 feet on the ramp for  trucks and and to make the tunnel road accessible for the handicap with new lighting design.


Architect Bernard Maybeck's Original Sketch/Layout of the Municipal Berkeley Rose Garden prior to its actual construction work: 4 1/2 tennis courts at the upper terrace, and a garden and a swimming pool-to-be at the lower terrace.  The drainage pipes run from Codornices Park on the east Euclid Avenue to the base of the main Rose Garden.  No Cedar or Sequoia trees were in the original plan. 

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Riveting design concept with georgic tennis court under layers for Berkeley Rose Garden in the landslide and earthquake zone.  

Paul Ferro, Vice President/Secretary

Architect, AIA at www.Form4Inc.com*,

UC Berkeley Alum. US Professional Tennis Association.

Construction Manager and will generate

a professional architectural Rendering/CAD for grant application purposes and for our archives.

--Will coordinate with his two other primary partners, Bob Giannini*and John Marx* as needed.

*Specializes in Athletic facility, 

     Live-Work Commercial, Residential,            

     Educational, Churches, Civil, and        

     Performing Art Center.  Recently, won the    

     MPIM Design Award for the Real Estate in

     the category of Office Building Design at

     CANNE, France Final Competition.

*References:  Founders taught at the Dept. of Architecture at UC Berkeley and won many awards.

John Marx is the lead Architect for developing project under our partnership.

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Disclaimer: Our amended corporation business entity

Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation which were diverged from the two former business entities Hercules Parks-N-Community Tennis Foundation and Hercules Community Tennis Foundation is registered at the IRS and California Secretary of State under the same tax IDs.

     

REVOKED THE IRREVOCABLE: The "irrevocable" dissolution clause of the Article of Incorporation, dated July 18, 2013, was later revoked by the IRS Tax Exemption Document Examiner, and an amended document was filed to reflect the changes on Dec 31, 2013 prior to issuing the Determination Letter, dated Feb 10, 2014.

     

On July 07, 2014, the article was amended to expand our services for Community Facility Renovation and Preservation Purposes to the SF Bay Area as part of the Economic Development Project.--This was confirmed by the IRS with the Determination Letter, dated Sept 23, 2014.


And the former business entities and logos and trademarks and Workshop Minutes/Agendas are copyrighted at the Copyright Office of the Library Congress in 2013-2016, and the entity names are now reserved at the Secretary of State office.


(Any informations and documents pertaining to this nonprofit are privileged and are prohibited from copying, disseminating, or transferring.)  

Copyright © 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, Pil Lee Orbison.  All rights reserved.

Save the Tennis Courts!

​Save the Amphitheatre!


Historical landmark Berkeley Municipal Rose Garden, c. 1998, of 113 patented varieties and a total 3,500 roses and 4 1/2 tennis courts, c. 1934, at 1200 Euclid Ave, Berkeley, CA, reminiscent of an Italian amphitheater overlooking the SF Bay views became a wedding planner's delight.

Stanford Research Park Curved Roof Design by our partnered design firm Form4 Architecture with an R&D idea on the solar panels implemented with the curvy roof to equally diffuse the Solar Energy throught the see-thru glass panels and recycled aluminum materials...(www.Form4Inc.com).  

Partners:  Bob Giannini, John Marx, and Paul Ferro.

John Loomis, Principal, RLA, ASLA,*

SWA Group, Sausalito, CA

AWARDS include:

  • 1999, 2000, 2001 ASLA National Honor Award, SGI Amphitheatre Technology Center (ATC) and Charleston Park, Mountain View, California.
  • 1991 National Association of Industrial and Office Parks.

* John Loomis proposal for the landscape design work is only for the Conceptual and Schematic Design phase in the amount of "$132,000," and, therefore, this job is open for public or university designers/researchers as well. 

(Picture:  Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association www.BAHA.org/Archives)  

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     Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation, dba, Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation, c. July 18, 2013, was amended from the previous business entity Hercules Parks-N-Community Tennis Foundation, dba, Hercules Community Tennis Foundation, and filed under the same TAX ID and Exemption Codes assigned by IRS.
     All documents and logos and trademarks pertaining to these business entities are protected by copyright law and recorded at the Library of Congress.
Our Mission:  Nonprofit public benefit corporation under the Section 501( c )3 to improve commercial and government facilities safe and self-sustainable and to raise funds with contracts and matching grants, but not limited for the tennis courts in the City of Hercules.  
This corporation is authorized to exercise all rights, authorities, privileges in the State of California and has a good standing status as of Dec 22, 2015, per the Secretary of State.
Registered as a Charitable Foundation with the Attorney General's Registry of Charitable Trusts on April 17, 2014.     
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                           All Rights Reserved.  

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The Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation, formerly Hercules Parks-N-Community Tennis Foundation or Hercules Community Tennis Foundation, declares that all donors have the right:

  • To be informed of the tennis foundation's mission, of the way the foundation intends to use donated resources, and of its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes.

  • To be informed of the identity of those serving on the tennis foundation's governing board, and to expect the board to exercise prudent judgment in its stewardship responsibilities.

  • To have access to the tennis foundation's most recent financial statements.

  • To be assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they were given.

  • To receive appropriate acknowledgement and recognition.

  • To be assured that information about their donation is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by law.

  • To expect that all relationships with individuals representing tennis foundation of interest to the donor will be professional in nature.

  • To be informed whether those seeking donations are volunteers, employees of the tennis foundation, or hired solicitors.

  • To have the opportunity for their names to be deleted from mailing lists that the tennis foundation may intend to share. If you would like to have your name deleted from the tennis foundation's mailing list, please email us at info@BayAreaDiversifiedTennisFoundation.org.

  • To feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt, truthful, and forthright answers.

© 2013 Copyright.  Hercules Parks-N-Community Tennis Foundation.  “Requiem for Eucalyptus” “Music for the Tree Huggers.”  Youtube edited to promote tennis courts safety and the environment. By Pil Lee Orbison.  All Rights Reserved.

        Celebrating Blacklivesmatter,

                 AsianBusinessmatters!.

Photo Courtesy of FriendsofHercules.org

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Copyright Registration Certificates under the seal of the Copyright Office of the Library of Congress, dated 2013-2016, with Title 17, United States Code. 

Copyright Claimant Pil Lee Orbison, © 2013-2016 (including the materials dated in 2012), pertaining to the Hercules Parks-N-Community Tennis Foundation, the Hercules Community Tennis Foundation, and the Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation™, including but not limited to all submittals dated from Sept 2012 till current date

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(Berkeley Rose Garden, c. 1930s)


Please Donate to SAVE This landmark!

Berkeley Rose  Garden   

  &   Tennis Courts

    1200-1300 Euclid Ave, Berkeley, Ca 94708

    for Multi-Activities (tennis, wedding ceremony, tourists, gardening,      

                                                   artists, musicians, students' lunch break, star gazers.)

      

As the grand master of architecture of the 20th

century and Professor of the Dept. of Architecture at UC Berkeley, Bernard Maybeck was known to have influenced the City's non-tennis-playing Landscape Architect Vernon M. Dean on the initial design phase of the Berkeley Municipal Rose Garden with a riveting design of four full courts and a half-court assigned to a practice/drills area overlooking the amphitheater. c. 1933-1937.


Anatomy of the design scheme: 

light weight, porous, interlocking installation for the modular block retaining wall and steps suggested for the Berkeley Rose Garden and Tennis Courts in the earthquake and landslide zone, per its confirmation by geotechnical and structural engineers after the soil/landslides studies.

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Martyn Collins, Treasurer

  •  Avid Tennis Player. 
  • Actively involved in this community to make a difference to youth education, politics, art and music.
  • Studied Intellectual Property, Art Law, Contracts, Music and Film Law at Pepperdine University

Steve Costello, CPA/nonprofit Tax Lawyer, Dublin, Ca, (925) 828-2914.

Consultant for our nonprofit tax law and business matters.*

  • CPA, nonprofit and Tax Law.
  • ​Trust, Will & Name Endowment draft.
  • Real Estate/Business Law.
  • Sports and Entertaininment Law
  • Asset Protection Law.​

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      We appreciate any and all donations, 
      and they are tax deductible defined 
      by the IRS under the Section 501( c )3.*

I.  Personal Check, payable to: 

     Bay Area Diversified Tennis Foundation  

     and mail to: 

     a.  (for City of Hercules project);

           1511 Sycamore Ave., #M-325,

            Hercules, Ca  94547

       b.  (Berkeley Rose Garden Project): 

             1791 Solano Ave, #D06, Berkeley,

             Ca  94707

II.   Pay Pal or credit card transaction by    

     clicking on the "Donate"  link above. *b

          *b Donor's and Member's Privacy Policy      

               apply.--See below. 

Youth Development Tennis Program.  

Partnered with US Tennis Association.

®

Press Release  (Chronological Order

of the events):

1. Approved and pending for final at Nov 08, 2016 Ballot Measure for $100M submitted by the City Attorney Zach Cowan for "Infrastructures and Parks," Per Action item #26 at the Berkeley City Council Meeting on May 31, 2016.  Pil Orbison's Supplemental & Reports and Requests for additional Bond and Set Back Requirement for the properties adjacent to the Berkeley Rose Garden and Tennis Courts.

2.  Request for Pre-Discretionary Funding Proposals (RFP) of the Community Service Agents for the Berkeley Rose Garden and Tennis Court Project is scheduled for Nov 2016, Per Director of City of Berkeley Health, Housing and Community Service Dept.

3. Off from the Parks Rec and Waterfront Dept April 13's Agenda is the Parks Capital Improvement Project FY2016-2019, Per Berkeley Council Members' Direction. 

4.  Berkeley City Council welcomes a new City Manager with our positive perspective of getting actively involved in the Berkeley Rose Garden Capital Improvement Project we initiated since July 2014.  

5. Jan 19, 2016, Our Presentation with a joint partnership with UC Berkeley Civil and Env. Engineering lead Dr. Shakhizod*1: "Giving Presentation in Public Pre-Requisite to the Funding Request prior to the next funding cycle FY2016-2017": Reintroduced our previous architectural and administrative service presentation materials for a Partnership Agreement with Pre-Discretionary Funding $250K and our Right

to bring Matching Grants on the existing project.*2   

5-1*.  Dr. Shakhzod Takhirov, Ph.D., PE, an    

         earthquake/structural engineering and

         Landslide engineering expert.

         Web: http://peera.berkeley.edu/~takhirov/

5-2*.  Our budget $6 million ($3M matching grant.) 

6.  Potential Internship programs for grad-undergrad students and field trips for children in conjunction with the above item #5 & #5-1.

         Shakhzod Takhirov, PhD, PE

Manager, UC Berkeley Structural and Environmental Engineering Structures Lab,  
• Strong theoretical background and expertise in solid mechanics and earthquake engineering:
• Extensive knowledge and expertise in experimental earthquake engineering:
- Seismic evaluation of existing buildings
--Partnered with this corporation, Dr. Takhirov will coordinate the design and engineering work with geotechnical team from UC Berkeley on earthquake and landslide issues for municipal and commercial buildings.

He will also showcase his Laser Scan and Structures Laboratory for internships program.

(Web: http://peera.berkeley.edu/~takhirov/

(Dimension:  8" H x 9" W)

Coffee Mug for the righty and lefty (picture is one sided) with

an image of the Berkeley Rose Garden & four and 1/2 tennis courts or amphitheatre.  Microwave oven safe.

L-R:  Front & Back (initial layouts of the Rose Garden on the lower park and 4 1/2 Tennis Courts on the upper park, respectively.

Berkeley Rose Garden / Tennis Courts (4 1/2), 1933 Vs. 2009.

(L-R/T-B; www.sfgate.com, extended Maybeck's "Rose Walk" tour at Rose Street to Berkeley Rose Garden nearby; www.OneColoraDay.com; www.Toc.Reilley.com; www.BAHA.org (Archive, Berkeley

Architectural Heritage Association)

Lower garden, 1/3 of amphitheater. 

Area: appr. 1/2 of the main park space. (Photo: City of Berkeley)

                   Pil Lee Orbison

President/Founder/CEOGrant Writer

Memberships:

  • US Tennis Association (1995-), both individual and organizational memberships/USTA/Parks and Recreation Category. 
  • former Tennis Captain, 2005 & 2007
  • BAHA (Berkeley  Architectural Heritage Association)
  • Classical musician (singer, cello/piano player)
  • yacht skipper and golfer

Real Estate Developer/Equity Builder and was  recognized by the National Register's

Who's Who in the category of Real Estate Development and Interior Designing. (Credit/site architect:  Michael Moyer, AIA, Mill Valley)

  • UC Berkeley, Alum-Music Major,       

          Electives: Business Law and Sports 

          Medicine (PE Dept).


My roles:  As CEO of an economic development project, I retain independent architectural, engineering and construction companies for the proposed project ("CAGE"), and fulfill all aspects of administrative duties, including tax return and filing government documents at the IRS, Secretary of State, and Attorney General's Office as a Charitable Trust.  

As a grant writer, I write matching grants, both locally and nationally, and solicit funds from the public and promote fundraising activities, per IRS and State nonprofit tax codes. 

in the State of California."  And its Certificate of Status is free and clear as of Dec 22, 2015, approved by the Secretary of State which is affixed with its SEAL.

Objectives: To save tax payers' money under tax deductible donations and/or matching grants.

I. Berkeley Rose Garden and Tennis Court Improvement Project:  Presentation Oct 08, 2014 (Outstanding Invoice from June-Oct 08, 2014:  $48,547.94 (=$12,547.94, Architect; $36,000, Administrative duties and Research & Presentation.)

II.  Budget for Design and Construction:  $6M (including the undeveloped south-west side of the Park)

a. Survey, Geotech landslide initial study and Report  

                  (takes for three months):  $68,620

b.  UC Berkeley Civil, Env Engineering, Earthquake     

        Engineering Research, and Lab for earthquake    

        Engineering, led by Dr. Shakhzod Takhirov:  $50K

c.  Architect's service* including Schematic Design,  

        Construction Management, Design  Reviews & 

        Public Meetings and Archiving in CAD$79,734.95,  d.  Project Administrative Service: $92,000      

       ($56,000/annual salary; $36,000- Presentation,  

       Research and Admin. Service, per project.
e.  Landscape Architect's ADA Compliance

       Work/Drawing: appr. $350,000-$450,000;

      (Initial proposal with Conceptual and Schematic  

      Designs, Design Review & meetings: $132,000*)

     *This position is open to doing the entire landscape    

      design proposal.
f.   Removal of four Cedars and Sequoia and Acacia

     and trimming Oak trees:$20,000. 

Poster (Dimension: 26.6 Cm x 43.9 Cm 

(10.5" x 17.3"),  matte or glossy finish.

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Announcement>

Parks, Rec and Waterfront Committee Meeting, Oct 08, 2014>


Note:  Please check back on us for a new website for the Slideshow, Conceptual Design, Rendering presented at the last meeting. 

Committees: Will look into how to proceed with  

our proposal to be part of their Capital Improvement Project on the Berkeley Rose Garden.  

Nonprofit: Proposed the project be done based on the priority as is in the meeting agenda. 

We will look into consulting with contractors to get a rough estimate for a budgeting purpose.


--In progress with site architect, landscape architect, geotech Consultant Mr. Alan Kropp and his structural/civil engineers of Berkeley, as of Nov 11, 2014.

As of Jan 15, 2014, primary designers' and engineers' proposals are in place for the City to be approved as the Council Meetings resume.  Testing on the landslides in the earthquake zone is pending  per approval, architect Paul Ferro will be site architect/construction administrator for the entire Berkeley Rose Garden Project, including the four and 1/2 tennis courts Maybeck designed 81 years ago.  113 patented varieties  with name tags will be attended by caretaker/company during the construction phase.--No archives on these names were found yet.

Upper garden, 4 1/2 tennis courts Area: appr. 1/2 of the main park space (Photo: www.decaseconds.com)

​​​​​​​​​​Presentation: Pil Lee Orbison and Paul Ferro, AIA.

(Conceptual Design and Rendering in 3D):

Who:  Parks, Rec, Waterfront Dept.

Date/Time: Oct 8, 2014 at 7PM.

Where: Frances Albrier, 

      2800 Park Street, Berkeley, CA

Topics:  Nonprofit Economic    

               Development and

               Community Tennis.

Project: Rose Garden and Tennis    

              Courts, 1200 Euclid Ave,

              City of Berkeley.

Please feel free to contact us at 510.981-9428, or                       

  • OrbisonTennisFoundation@gmail.com
  • Info@BayAreaDiversifiedTennisFoundation.org
  • PaulFerro@BayAreaDiversifiedTennisFoundation.Org
  • MartynCollins@BayAreaDiversifiedTennisFoundation.org