Summer 2014: In time for the Campanile’s 100th birthday in 2015, its esplanade – the terraces, trees, lawns and staircases surrounding the tower – gets an overhaul. Few repairs had ever been done to the outdoor space, also designed by John Galen Howard. The aging decorative brick paving is pulled up and replaced, granite strips are put where redwood headers had deteriorated, the 54 London plane trees get check-ups, a missing piece of the Mitchell Fountain – a decorative sea creature fountainhead – is recreated at a Berkeley foundry and installed, and Lincoln’s tarnished bust is cleaned.