The Downtown San Francisco Ferry Terminal Expansion Project

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June 5: Construction forged ahead this week with continued demolition of the existing Pier 2. The contractor also mobilized marine construction barges in preparation for pile installation.

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May 11: This week work continued on the installation of steel falsework beams for concrete Deck Pour #9 while concrete was placed in the remaining piles at the lagoon. The contractor also continued installing plywood and side forms to support the concrete Deck Pour #8 in the lagoon and began installing the aluma beam system, plywood formwork and pony walls to support concrete Deck Pour #9 in the lagoon. Offsite, metal fabrication continued for the last of 3 new gangways, while paint coating began for the terminal float #1 and terminal float #2.

Over the next several weeks, the contractor is scheduled to continue removing formwork from Deck Pours #4 and #6. Formwork removed from Deck Pours #4 and #6 will be reused at Deck Pours #8 & #9 in the lagoon. The contractor is also scheduled to place concrete in the lagoon.

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May 4: This week work continued on the installation of steel falsework beams for concrete Deck Pour #9 in the lagoon and concrete was placed at the seismic joint plate at the north end of Deck Pour #4 at the promenade. The contractor also continued installing their aluma beam system, plywood, and pony walls to support concrete Deck Pour #8 in the lagoon. Offsite, metal fabrication continued for the terminal float #1, terminal float #2 and painting and coating began for the 3 new gangways.

Over the next several weeks, the contractor is scheduled to continue installation of rebar cages, falsework, scaffolding and place concrete for the piles in the lagoon. They are also scheduled to remove formwork from deck pours #4 and #6. Formwork removed from deck pours #4 and #6 will be reused and installed at deck pours #8 & #9 in the lagoon. Offsite metals fabrication on the third gangway will continue and coating preparation will continue for the new terminal floats and gangways.

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April 20: This week work continued on installation of steel falsework beams for concrete Deck Pours #8 & #9 in the lagoon and finished installing rebar for Deck Pours #4 and #6 at the promenade terminal F location. The contractor also placed concrete for deck pours #4 and #6 at the Gate F location. Over the next several weeks, the contractor is scheduled to install rebar cages, falsework, scaffolding and place concrete for the piles in the lagoon. Formwork will be removed from deck pour #4 and #6 while formwork will be installed for deck pours #8 & #9 in the lagoon.

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April 13: This week the contractor began installing falsework beams in the lagoon for Deck Pour #8 and Deck Pour #9 and continued installing the formwork, plywood protection, trench drains, and the seismic joint block out for Deck Pour #4 at the Promenade and Deck Pour #6 at Gate F. Also, the electrical subcontractor began installing conduits into the Deck Pour #4 and Deck Pour #6 locations in preparation for the concrete pour scheduled for next week.

Over the next several weeks, the contractor is scheduled to install rebar cages, falsework, scaffolding and place concrete for the piles in the lagoon. Formwork will also be installed in preparation for deck pours #8 & #9 in the lagoon and subcontractors will finish installing electrical conduit and rebar in preparation for the concrete Deck Pours #4 and #6 which is currently scheduled for the night of April 14th.

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March 30: This week the contractor began installing the area drains at the end of Deck Pour #6, continued installing the formwork, catch basins and trench drains for Deck Pour #4 at the promenade and Deck Pour #6 at Gate F. PEC began seawall exploration in the South lay down area, while in the lagoon area, installation continued for the remaining rebar cages and falsework beams. Additionally, the crews continued to strip the soffit forms and beams from Deck Pour #3. Offsite, metal fabrication continued for terminal float #1, terminal float #2 and the 3 new gangways. Conrad worked on bending roof beams for the gangways and welding columns into place for the floats.

Over the next several weeks, the contractor is scheduled to place more rebar cages and columns in the piles in the lagoon and install more scaffolding on the lagoon piles. The contractor will have a pile pour for the remaining Lagoon piles. They will also finish form work, install rebar and place concrete for Deck Pours #4 and #6. Meanwhile, offsite metals fabrication will continue and coating preparation will begin for the new terminal floats and gangways.

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March 16: This week the contractor began installing the falsework to support concrete deck pour #6 for the new Gate F Terminal. The contractor also continued to install aluma beams and formwork for concrete Deck Pour #4 and began installing the rebar mat for concrete deck pour #5 at the Gate G terminal. Meanwhile on the gulf coast, work continued with fabrication of terminal float #1, terminal float #2 and the gangways. Over the next several weeks the contractor is scheduled to place more rebar cages in the piles at the lagoon, install more lagoon pile scaffolding, place concrete for deck pour #5, and install formwork for future concrete deck pours.

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March 9: This week the contractor continued installing the falsework that will support the promenade deck for pour #4 to the west of new Gate G location. The contractor began installing aluma beams and plywood decking for Deck Pour #4. Over the next several weeks the contractor is scheduled to place more rebar cages and columns in the piles in the lagoon, install more scaffolding on the lagoon piles, install falsework/formwork at promenade deck pour #4 and deck pour #6 and install formwork for lagoon deck pour #8.

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March 2: This week the contractor continued installing the falsework and plywood formwork to support the new promenade deck for concrete pour #5 for the new Gate G terminal. Additionally, The contractor placed concrete in 23 lagoon piles. Over the next several weeks the contractor is scheduled to place rebar cages and columns in the lagoon piles, install more scaffolding on the lagoon piles, install falsework/formwork at promenade deck pour #6 and install formwork for lagoon deck pour #8.

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February 23:: This week the contractor began installing the falsework that will support the promenade deck for pour #5 at the new Gate G location and also began installing rebar cages and falsework columns in the piles in the lagoon. Over the next several weeks the contractor is scheduled to place concrete in piles at the lagoon, install more scaffolding on the lagoon piles, install falsework/formwork at promenade deck pour #5 and install formwork for lagoon deck pour #8.

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