How San Francisco’s Salesforce Transit Center, dubbed the ‘Grand Central of the West’, went from the ‘safest building in the world’ to a $2.2billion construction debacle six weeks after it opened when workers found cracked steel beams

How San Francisco’s Salesforce Transit Center, dubbed the ‘Grand Central of the West’, went from the ‘safest building in the world’ to a $2.2billion construction debacle six weeks after it opened when workers found cracked steel beams

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk, October 29, 2019
By: Megan Sheets

When the Salesforce Transit Center and Park opened last fall, the $2.2billion architectural marvel promised to revolutionize commuting in the Bay Area as the cornerstone of an expanded and improved network of trains, buses and streetcars.

Six weeks after a triumphant ribbon-cutting at the so-called ‘Grand Central of the West’, that promise was upended when workers uncovered a pair of substantial cracks in the building’s beams.  Read more.

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