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Later that year, the yard delivered its 500th vessel of the war.The yard was built as a temporary facility and, like most such war plants, it was closed after the war ended. The former shipyard location is now the Distribution and Auto Service (DAS) facility at berths 196 and 197 of the Port of Los Angeles, or another source indicates that it was at the site of the present-day Tra Pac facility (Berths 136-41).Audi-branded vehicles are produced in seven production facilities worldwide.
Consolidated built ships during World War II in two locations: Wilmington, California and Orange, Texas. It was claimed by the newspaper that Baker had installed nearly all the first class passenger elevators in Southern California. Baker (Milo's son) was Secretary and Plant Superintendent.The WPS assets along with some other assets of Consolidated were sold in 1948 for over million to the Columbia Steel Company, a division of US Steel, which formed a new division known as the Consolidated Western Steel Corporation to manage them.The former President and Chairman of Consolidated Steel's board, Alden G. Consolidated Western was later merged directly into the parent company, US Steel.Over the next 30 years they did the steel work and/or elevators for—among many others— Los Angeles' first skyscraper, the twelve-story Union Trust Building, the Public Service Building, the Queen of Angels Hospital, the YWCA Hotel, the United Artists-California Petroleum Building, the University of California at Westwood, The Masonic Temple at Glendale, the Los Angeles-First National Bank at Glendale, the Los Angeles-First National Bank at Hollywood and the University of Redlands at Redlands. The last ship launched was the destroyer USS Carpenter on December 28, 1945. At its peak, it employed 12,000 people, working on eight shipways on the 95-acre facility.
The Orange, Texas shipyard was expanded in 1940 when Consolidated Steel was awarded a Maritime Commission contract from the U. The Wilmington, California shipyard was an emergency yard built in 1941 after Consolidated Steel was awarded a Maritime Commission contract from the U. Production peaked on May 29, 1944, when it launched three large ships in only a 2-1/2 hour period.
Less than a year later, Baker erected a ,000 building [equivalent to 0,000 in today's buying power] on Buena Vista Street near College.