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28 April 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Featured Photos – April 28

Construction is in full swing both above ground and below on Stockton between Maiden Lane and Ellis Street. In this photo, concrete for a new curb has been poured at the northeast corner of Stockton and Geary streets.   Waterproofing vinyl and a slab of concrete now cover a new section of roof deck on […]

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14 April 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Featured Photos – April 14

This is what one might see above ground where utility upgrade work is underway at 4th & Howard —  construction workers, planks and heavy equipment.   Here is a look at the work taking place underground, where construction crew members mix materials for the next phase of mezzanine floor slab construction.   An up close photo of a carpenter as […]

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24 March 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Featured Photos – March 24

Temporary steel bracing surrounds the future arched entryway of the Chinatown Station.       Huge beams are used as temporary support during the excavation phase of construction.       A worker welds ventilation equipment at the north access shaft near Jackson Street on Stockton.       If you would like to see […]

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18 March 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Featured Photos – March 17

Crews work at the south east corner of the Union Square Garage to make room for the future entrance to the Union Square|Market Street Station. Drilling equipment is used to prepare site for excavation and construction of the roof deck. View of work staging area where dirt is removed from the north concourse of the […]

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03 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Featured Photos – December 3

Union Square Business Improvement District (BID) Executive Director Karin Flood and Central Subway Program Director John Funghi kick-off the second annual Winter Walk. This pop-up open space, features entertainment, Off the Grid food trucks, and is located on Stockton Street between Geary and Ellis during the holiday moratorium. The much-appreciated plaza features a nightly light […]

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29 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

4th and King Trackwork

The Labor Day Weekend was a busy one for the Central Subway Construction Crew.  While many residents enjoyed the final weekend of summer relaxing at the beach or the park, traveling out of town, or attending the Billy Joel concert, our team worked around the clock at the intersection of 4th and King as part […]

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24 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Featured Photos – September 24

The Central Subway project was recognized at the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Annual Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony on September 17 at the City Club of San Francisco. Project Director John Funghi accepts the ASCE Transportation Project of the Year award on behalf of the Central Subway Project, a 1.7 mile-long extension of […]

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17 September 2015 ~ 1 Comment

Union Square | Market Street Station Update

There is a lot of activity as construction moves forward in Union Square.  At the corner of Geary and Stockton, a small portion of the Union Square Garage is being demolished to allow for the construction of the north entrance to the Union Square. The entrance will open to the sidewalk of Geary and Stockton. […]

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10 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Flashback Friday – Looking Back, Looking Forward

Could it be Christmas in July? Plans are ramping up for the 2015 Second Annual Winter Walk, an open space for the public to enjoy during the holidays. In 2014, green lawn, benches and lighting provided a relaxing space for people to enjoy. San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee officially kicked off last year’s Winter […]

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21 January 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Union Square Construction Resumes

  Central Subway work resumes in 2015 at the Union Square/Market Street Station (UMS) and garage on Geary Boulevard and Stockton. The popular Winter Walk rolled up its open space and green carpet on January 1 to allow construction to continue along Stockton Street. In the New Year: Ellis Street will be partially closed for […]

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