geostrata-terrace-pleasure-point-350Tom Ralston Concrete was awarded one of the last Redevelopment Agency funded projects where the overall goal was to construct concrete terraces on the bluff on East Cliff Drive that have reproductions and actual deposits of what exists in the Monterey Bay’s Terrace Deposits. One function of this project was to conceptually create an aesthetic that lent itself to a feel of a rock/sea shelf in the Monterey Bay. The main embed was a 5-million year old whale bone that was located in May of 2010 approximately 500 yards south of the project where the replica now rests. See article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel for more pictures and information.