WSIP Tunnels Help Reshape San Francisco’s Future
By Jim Rush
The San Francisco Bay area is well known for its striking vistas, iconic architecture and cultural diversity. Since gaining momentum as a growth area in the mid-1800s following the Gold Rush, the area has continued to flourish; it is now perhaps best known for its tech sector that continues to drive growth in the region.
More than 7 million people live in the San Francisco Bay area, which includes the cities of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. To meet the converging demands of aging water infrastructure, population growth and the need to resilient infrastructure in a seismically active area, the San Francisco Public Utilities...