Archive | January, 2012

30 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Construction Schedule: Jan. 21 to Feb. 10

Crews are continuing to relocate utility lines around Union Square to prepare the project alignment for the Union Square/Market Street Station. We expect all utility relocations around Union Square to be completed by June 2012. The complete, current three-week construction schedule is available here (PDF). Work Locations: Stockton Street between Geary and Post streets Geary […]

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25 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Check It Out: Our Winter Project Newsletter

Our latest project newsletter is now available online. In it, we highlight recent project milestones and provide updates on what to expect in 2012. Articles feature the following topics: The status of our grant application with the Federal Transit Administration The major project milestones we expect to accomplish this year The dazzling public art installation […]

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13 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Construction Schedule: Jan. 3 – Jan. 20

Utility Relocation for the Union Square/Market Street Station Construction Outlook January 3 to January 20 (PDF available: Contract 1251 January 3 to January 20 Look Ahead) Description of Work: Stockton Street (Geary to Post streets): Installation utility vaults and joint trench, AT&T and PG&E cut-over, water connections Anticipated Completion: May 2012 Geary Street: Installation of […]

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13 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Synergy’s Op-Ed to the Examiner

The letter below was written by the President/Owner of Synergy, Javad Mirsaidi, and submitted to the San Francisco Examiner on October 25, 2011. Please click the thumbnail image below to view the PDF.

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03 January 2012 ~ 10 Comments

30/45 to Caltrain to be rerouted

Beginning Saturday, January 21, southbound Muni 30 Stockton and 45 Union-Stockton routes will travel on Mason and 5th streets to access the Caltrain Depot at 4th and Townsend streets. With utility relocation continuing on the Central Subway Project in the Union Square area, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which operates Muni, will change […]

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