The concrete trucks lined up along Mission Street in San Francisco late Friday night like tanks readying for battle.
Just before midnight on Feb. 10, they sprung into action. One after another they rolled up to the construction site at 1188 Mission St., where Angelo Sangiacomo is building phase two of Trinity Place, a 1,700-unit Central Market apartment complex.
A total of 300 trucks were emptied as the vehicles returned to the cement plant after dumping their load. The Pacific Structures team of Jason Zolezzi and Garth Herrema planned and executed the 2600 cubic yard mat pour that was wrapped up about 2 Saturday afternoon. Pacific Structures’ Ron Yen, General Superintendent and Ron Bullock, Director of Safety oversaw the pour.
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