Thirteen little concrete islands that once helped hold up the old Bay Bridge east span will be blasted into history in a series of implosions over six weekend days beginning in September and concluding in November. Caltrans officials will announce the demolition plans Monday for the bridge foundations, or piers. Five other foundations are expected to be spared. Tentative plans call for a large foundational pier near Treasure Island to be saved for conversion into public spaces. Four piers on the east end in Oakland would be saved for the same purpose. Caltrans also wants to spare as much bay wildlife as possible and has been working with natural resources agencies to come up with a suitable plan.
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
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- Bay Bridge’s old foundations to be imploded
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