Whereas seven substructures are needed to build Pier H, Pier J will comprise eight. Work proceeds concurrently on all of them, which requires precise coordination and organization. Each successive structure benefits from experience gained on the previous ones, and the speed of work picks up as a result. Initially they are separated by one-meter gaps, which will be filled in after the concrete cures to create a single continuous pier.
Along the two piers, a total of 24 head structures are also taking shape. Later planes will dock here, and travelers will use connected jet bridges to conveniently board them: a perfect start to a perfect trip!