San Francisco Cruise Ship Terminal
The San Francisco Cruise Ship Terminal construction was managed by Turner Construction. The city's new $90 million cruise ship terminal was constructed in two phases, with Phase I preparing the facility for the America's Cup and Phase II completing the construction of the site work for the opening of the new San Francisco Cruise Ship Terminal. Olson Steel was responsible for all the steel requirements on both phases. Olson Steel also oversaw the BIM coordination, fabrication, and erection of the structural steel, canopies and miscellaneous metals, which included both steel and glass railings. Phase II included the fabrication and erection of the steel fencing that surrounds the entire property and fenders.