Workers slowly guide the first major section of the roof trusses at the Golden 1 Center on Monday. in downtown Sacramento. The 120-foot-long truss weighs 90,000 pounds and is the first of six major trusses to be lowered into place by a large crane. Approximately 180 workers fabricated the trusses in Schuff Steel's Stockton facility. Construction of the Golden 1 Center is on time and the arena is scheduled to open in October 2016.
Workers slowly guide the first major section of the roof trusses at the Golden 1 Center on Monday. in downtown Sacramento. The 120-foot-long truss weighs 90,000 pounds and is the first of six major trusses to be lowered into place by a large crane. Approximately 180 workers fabricated the trusses in Schuff Steel's Stockton facility. Construction of the Golden 1 Center is on time and the arena is scheduled to open in October 2016. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Workers slowly guide the first major section of the roof trusses at the Golden 1 Center on Monday. in downtown Sacramento. The 120-foot-long truss weighs 90,000 pounds and is the first of six major trusses to be lowered into place by a large crane. Approximately 180 workers fabricated the trusses in Schuff Steel's Stockton facility. Construction of the Golden 1 Center is on time and the arena is scheduled to open in October 2016. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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