The company supplying electrical equipment to the crane at the site where a crane collapsed this week is working to fix the problem, according to an email from Crane Engineering.
The company has asked for the assistance of the US Army Corps of Engineers, which owns the site, to remove the steel support beams.
The contractors are in the process of installing replacement beams.
The email comes after a crane fell into the water Thursday on the western edge of the former Dike at the northern edge of San Francisco Bay.
At least eight people were rescued from the water, and the crane was able to remain afloat, though it suffered significant structural damage.
The crane was part of a project to replace a Dike that was decommissioned in the 1970s.
The company’s website says the project will be completed by the end of the year.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.