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Salesforce Tower

Clark Construction along with joint venture partner Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company (Clark/Hathaway) selected Olson Steel to handle all miscellaneous metals for the Salesforce Tower at 101 1st Street.

21st Amendment Brewery

The popular brewery 21st Amendment selected Olson Steel to assist in the renovation of the old Kellogg's plant in San Leandro, the project will convert the existing facility into a new 95,000-square-foot brewery which will have an initial brewing capacity of 100,000 barrels a year, with the ability to expand to more than 250,000 barrels.

Transbay Terminal

The Transbay Transit Center Project is a visionary transportation and housing project that transforms downtown San Francisco and the San Francisco Bay Area's regional transportation system by creating a "Grand Central Station of the West" in the heart of a new transit-friendly neighborhood.

G8 Los Angeles

Conxtech and Olson Steel partnered up to complete the steel requirements for the development located at 8th and Grand in Los Angeles, CA . The project known as G8 will have 700 luxury rental units over a substantial amount of commercial retail space.

VTA Milpitas

Located at the intersection of Montague Expressway and Capitol Avenue near the Great Mall in Milpitas, the station is the center of the city's Transit Area Specific plan, and will be the BART system's gateway to Silicon Valley, serving as a key local and regional connection for the high-tech, job-rich northwestern areas of Santa Clara County.

VTA Berryessa

Located between Berryessa and Mabury roads, adjacent to the San Jose Flea Market in north San Jose, the Berryessa Station is positioned near where Penitencia and Coyote creeks meet. The station will promote the area's environment with architectural and landscaping features that evoke a notion of water flow, natural habitat, and San Jose's agricultural past.

San Ramon City Hall

The new San Ramon City Hall will be developed at the southeast corner of Central Park at Bollinger Canyon Road and Market Place. It will feature a glass rotunda entrance with lots of natural light, attached to two floors of staff offices and numerous public meeting rooms, including a new council chambers that would fit some 125 to 150 people.

Sunset Headquarters

Sunset Development Company called on Olson Steel to assist in the renovation of its San Ramon headquarters located at Bishop Ranch.

Maple Street Correctional Facility

Maple Street Correctional facility will initially have 576 beds (including 88 non-secure transitional beds) with the capacity to be expanded to 832 beds. The project scope also includes remediation of a brownfield site, demolition of existing structures, and on- and off-site improvements to prepare the site for development.

Macy's Walnut Creek

Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek is under going a major renovation and expansion, one of the key projects is the expansion of the existing Macy's Women's store. Olson Steel has partnered with Swinerton Builders to handle the structural steel work of the expansion and the miscellaneous metal requirements.

Oakland Airport T1-M102

Oakland Airport renovation of T1-M102 is being handled by Turner Construction. Due to Olson Steel past and current experience with Oakland Airport, the Company was engaged to handle all structural steel enhancements, miscellaneous metals and complex steel casting requirements.

222 Second Street

The recent Tishman Speyer development project at the corner of 2nd and Howard Streets consists of a 26-story, 350-foot office tower with restaurant/retail on the ground floor. The original was designed for 222 2nd Street by New York-based Thomas Phifer and Partners with local firm Heller Manus, but has since been tweaked by Gensler.

Cathedral Hill Hospital

California Pacific Medical Center's $2 billion construction plans in San Francisco include building a 304-bed hospital at Cathedral Hill, a 120-bed hospital at its St. Luke's Campus, and three new medical office buildings at its Davies, St. Luke's and Cathedral Hill campuses.