The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has contracted with civil and building construction company Tutor Perini Corp. for subway stations and related work. SFMTA has given the company the go-ahead to start work, which Tutor Perini has now begun.
Tutor Perini is one of the largest contractors in the United States, with annual revenue of nearly $4 billion. Infrastructure work, such as subways, is one of its specialities. Its work on San Francisco’s Central Subway includes construction of three underground stations (at Union Square/Market Street, Chinatown, and Yerba Buena Gardens/Moscone Center), a platform station at Fourth and Brannan, and trackwork and systems from that platform station to the Chinatown station. Its work is expected to be substantially completed by spring 2018.