Creating the Campus
Moments in Time

These photos, by staff photographer Amy Snyder, capture the ongoing activity at Pier 15. By freezing moments in time, the images give us the opportunity to slow down the frantic pace of construction and see both process and progress.

Under the Piers
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Repairing the structural foundation of Pier 15 is a monumental undertaking. These images capture the work going on at and under the water line, where hundreds of piles are being repaired or replaced.
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