The Broadway Cruise Ship Terminal in the Columbia District in Downtown San Diego is now taking shape. The 52,000 square feet steel structural frame of the terminal is being erected on the pier near the corner of Broadway and Harbor Drive. On December 14th 2009 the delivery of 1,200 tons of structural steel started arriving and expects to be trucked in daily.
The columns for the frame will be 44 feet tall and will weigh five tons each. A crane with a 70 ton capacity is on the pier to set the steel columns in place for the terminal building. The installation of the steel is expected to completed by the end of February 2010. The completion of the terminal is to be expected in early October 2010.
To read 92101 Urban Living’s former blogs please click on Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal, Groundbreaking Celebration – The Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal in Downtown San Diego! and Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal & Lane Field Plans Receives Approval!