Now back in the day, it was easy to see construction workers on the job. All you had to do was look up through the I-beams and see them walking around. Those were the days, see?
But these days, due to changing construction techniques using concrete, rebar, and whatnot, you need to get above the workers to see them at labor. These folks are mostly out of view after the first floor gets done. Here, they work on the third floor.
Pretty soon, you wont see the cars of UC Hastings Law School students and staff clogging up the parking spaces of Civic Center and Little Saigon thanks to this new mixed-use building that’s still going up.
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The other problem with seeing these people at work is that these jobs are drying up lately.
Good-bye construction workers of San Francisco. See you again in a year or two?
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