Tickets are now on sale for the 2014 Al Zampa Memorial Bridge Crab Feed.
It will take place Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 6 pm at American Legion Post 550 on 420 Admiral Callaghan Lane in Vallejo.
All you can eat crab, pasta and salad. $45 per person.
Tickets will sell out!
Charles Kuralt takes a look at people who build things, including an interview with Alfred Zampa on the 50th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Here’s a link to the video: http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=resources/traffic&id=9225575
The annual Walk of Honor for veterans is happening on Saturday, May 18, 2011 on the Al Zampa Memorial Bridge. This is a walk honoring ALL military veterans, an opportunity to say “Thank You” for their service to our country so that we may enjoy our freedom. Check out the website for more details.
This week, ABC 7′s Heather Ishimaru has been telling the stories of the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. As a part of her coverage, she has featured the Zampa family in two stories.
On May 21, the story centered on the Gladiator Women Program, which was designed and implemented by Dick Zampa Jr., Al Zampa’s grandson. It featured the Field Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Training Center and the women in the program.
Here’s a link: Women joining the ranks of ironworkers
On May 22, the story was on the bridge builders themselves. This story included a classic clip of Al Zampa himself in 1987.
Here’s a link: Bridge builders remembered on Golden Gate anniversary
“Halfway To Hell – The Workers & Unions That Built The Golden Gate Bridge” and “Hanging Iron, After The Quake of ’89″ have been combined onto one DVD for Ironworkers and Building Trades Workers in a special offer for $15.00 (S&H included). For 5 or more copies $10.00 each. Here’s the order form.
Part of the proceeds will go to the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge Foundation.
Hanging Iron is also available to watch online on Blip.tv.
Welcome to the new web site. We’ve cleaned out some cobwebs and rearranged the furniture. If you’re looking for info on Al, click on “The Man”, to see pictures of the bridge, click on “The Bridge”, if you want to learn about the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge Foundation, click on “The Foundation”. Click around and you’ll catch on quick.
Here’s what we used to look like: