In the next few months, the new Transbay Transit Center in downtown San Francisco will reach a number of important construction milestones. One of them will be the arrival of two Skanska cranes which will be used to assemble the Transit Center’s structural steel. Taking as long as a week to assemble, Skanska’s impressive machines will lift loads as heavy as the equivalent of two and a half BART cars. The following graphic gives additional details on the newest additions to San Francisco’s crane-laden skyline. With these machines working on-site, Bay Area residents will soon finally get to see the first real glimpse of the future Transbay Transit Center.
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