Anning-Johnson’s San Francisco office exceeds customer expectations. Whether it’s meeting the complex structural challenge of the Contemporary Jewish Museum or meeting the extremely tight timeframe of the Stanford University Stadium, the San Francisco office and Restec – the Anning-Johnson hazardous materials abatement unit – make sure each project gets done on time and with the highest quality work ethic. When you need a specialty contractor who adds value through experience, top-flight project management, operational excellence and a field crew committed to safety, call Anning-Johnson.
22955 Kidder Street • Hayward, California 94545 • 510-670-0100
- Drywall systems
- Environmental abatement
- Loadmaster roof decks
- Lath and plaster
- Light-gauge framing
- Load-bearing framing
- Metal studs
- Metal roofing and siding
- Spray fireproofing
- Structural metal decks
Contemporary Jewish Museum
For the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, AJ framed 75-foot high walls at a 35° slope with inset 40-foot tall Hebrew letters. The project was chosen as the AWCI national job of the year, winning the 2007 Excellence in Quality award for AJ San Francisco.
With completion dictated by the football schedule, AJ completed the Stanford Stadium project in six months.
Terminal B, Sacramanto International Airport
AJ installed 360,000 square feet of metal deck and Turner Construction and Schuff Steel erected the framework for Terminal B at the Sacramento International Airport.
Stanford School of Medicine Sim-1 Building
AJ provided sprayed fireproofing, metal stud framing and drywall for this 206,000-square-foot medical research facility on the Stanford University campus.