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The Downtown San Francisco Ferry Terminal Expansion Project

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July 14: The contractor continued to demolish the Pier 2 wharf breaking their way through the concrete decking surrounding the lagoon. The contractor also continued to install foundation piles for the future promenade east of the Agricultural building while also installing temporary mooring piles along Pier 14 to create better barge mobility around the construction site.

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July 7: The contractor finished up dredging the new terminal channel over the 4th of July weekend and demobilized its dredging equipment from the jobsite. Demolition work continued on the existing Pier 2 wharf. The contractor also continued to install the foundation pilings for the new promenade east of the Agricultural Building.

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June 30: The contractor continued to demolish the Pier 2 wharf south of the Ferry Building. Foundation piles for the future promenade continued to be installed east of the Agricultural Building – a total of 14 piles have been installed to date. Dredging also continued offshore and north of Pier 14 to create a deeper channel to allow future ferry access to the new terminals.

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June 23: Demolition continued on the Pier 2 wharf with the contractor removing large portions of the wooden decking while working their way closer into the lagoon. Production pile installation also continued for the foundation of the new promenade behind the Agriculture Building. The dredging barges also mobilized and began dredging to create a deeper channel for the new ferry terminals.

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June 19: The contractor continued to demolish the Pier 2 wharf using a vibrating pile extractor to pull existing piles out of the bay while also continuing to demolish the old wharf decking surfaces. Additionally, work also began on driving the production foundation piling for the south end of the new promenade.

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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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June 2: 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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