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  • 1. Phase 2A
    In this slide show:
    Marble Wall Installation
    March 3, 2011
  • 2. Original marble panels returned to site to be reinstalled onto new walls.
  • 3. Masons carefully installed marble panels back onto its original locations.
  • 4. The intricate reinstallation process preserves the historic marble.
  • 5. Original baggage area with its marble walls fully reinstalled.
  • 6. A bare column waiting to be wrapped with marble.
  • 7. A column with its marble reinstalled.
  • 8. Damaged granite on the west wall being replaced with salvaged granite.
  • 9. New northeast plaza column erected to support the sidewalk above.
  • 10. Decorative plaster panels on the 2nd floor balcony were removed during structural investigations.
  • 11. Removed plaster pieces were carefully catalogued for future reference.
  • 12. Designate waste containers help keep the work area clean and green.
  • 13. Sound proof insulation framework installed adjacent to shear wall.
  • 14. New interior partitions inside baggage area.
  • 15. Trench drains shown will help divert water and prevent flooding on Jackson Plaza.
  • 16. Aerial view of Jackson Plaza with tree planter forms in place.
  • 17. Future planters will make Jackson Plaza a welcoming pedestrian area.