Category:Instrument Shop and Electrical Shop Lean-to, Pearl Harbor
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- Significance: These shops are significant for their association with the build-up of the Naval Shipyard facilities in years prior to the U.S. entry into WWII, as well as the Navy's response to the December 7th attack. Facility 3A is also significant for being designed by the firm of noted industrial architect, Albert Kahn, and retains unique modern industrial features synonymous with his name. This facility exhibits the immediate security concerns of the Navy following the attack, as the steel sash windows were replaced soon after its completion with sidewalls of splinterproof reinforced concrete. Facility 3A and its extension Facility 3B represent the Navy's infrastructure reinforcement and expansion made in response to the Pearl Harbor attack.
- Building/structure dates: 1941 Initial Construction
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