• The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

  • The 55,540 SF Children’s Museum project was constructed over an existing parking garage adjacent to a high rise building on half of a city block. This tilt-up concrete and glass structure required the largest mobile crane on the West Coast to place panels within 1” of the neighboring Pinnacle Tower. The three-story atrium and a glass chimney provides ventilation, heating and cooling to make this museum an environmentally “green” building.

San Diego Children's Museum

“We have worked with Erickson-Hall Construction Company on building projects for the past 20 years. On each and every project, we've been favorably impressed with their "can-do" attitude and attention to detail. They work hard to get very good subcontractors, and it shows in the overall quality of their product.”

Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA