a model of what that airport is supposed to look like in June 2000.
Ironworkers were employed by: Tutor Saliba (general contractor), Herrick (structural), C. E. Toland (miscellaneous), Bostrom Bergen, Columbia, Besam (mechanical doors, glass), Harmon (glass composite), and a bunch more companies that aren't coming to mind, including the millwright composite company. You'd think I could at least come up with the rebar companies' names--many, many tons of rebar.
|the entrance to the airport(98K)||one of the future parking garages(78K)|
|a view of the third floor,
south end. my work area
for a very long time.(117K)
|the third floor, staring out,
as I was often doing.(137K)
|this is all the steel keeping the roof up.(117K)||the crane that is being used
to put up the lite rail system. (98K)
|Happy Holidays at the airport.|
|early morning at sfo|| Looking up at the new
bamboo plants. No pandas
|Dennis and Harvey install
Louvered windows for the
gun rooms located in
also: try looking at www.flysfo.com --there's a section on the construction project.
And there's some union action going on at the terminal itself: union air