Hard Rock Cafe
In May, Maloney Construction of Novato, CA began a job at the famous Hard Rock Cafe on Pier 39 in the City by the Bay to install a series of helical piers underneath the structure. Completed in August, Maloney stabilized the building, so that Pier 39 will now be able to install a new ride called "The Flyer" upstairs from the Hard Rock Cafe.
The Hard Rock Cafe on Pier 39 in San Francisco is a huge tourist attraction with some of the most amazing music memorabilia in the world all in one location.
Known as a "flying theater", the Flyer—San Francisco at Pier 39 combines motion seats, live-action and computer-generated 3-D imagery to simulate flight with special effects. People on the ride feel like they're flying over the Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, Lombard Street and Chinatown, as well as the Redwood National Forest.
This project involved a series of special requirements for Maloney Construction and its crew of four people. To accommodate the Hard Rock Cafe, the majority of the work had to be performed at night in tight quarters. Sean Maloney was on-hand to oversee the construction and provide client support throughout the entire process.
While working on the 4-month project, the crew was able to see Alcatraz, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, the San Francisco Bay, and the City skyline. It was a fun yet challenging job, according to Project Manager Melvin Singleton, but once again Maloney Construction completed the project on-time and exceeded their customers' expectations as they rocked it and received a standing ovation for a job well done.
Maloney Construction has a proven track record of quality and cost effective projects. We owe this record to our commitment to the team concept of project management. We work closely with builders, contractors, architects, engineers, and owners, because we feel that communication is the key element in the success of a construction project. The free flow of detailed information between all parties is essential to that goal.