South San Francisco Ferry Terminal, WETA, 2011

As part of a Manson Construction Company design-build team, Liftech designed a 103-foot-long steel truss gangway, a 45-foot-wide by 115-foot-long post-tensioned concrete float, and mooring dolphins for the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA). The float is used to berth ferries.

The design includes gangway supports that permit large lateral displacements between the pier and float during seismic events.

The ferry terminal is designed to be operational after a large earthquake.