The naming-things-after-Dianne-Feinstein movement is not letting up just yet, and California's two senators just introduced a bill to name a federal building in San Francisco after her.

It seems like it's already a done deal that the International Terminal at SFO will be named after the late Dianne Feinstein. And there is no doubt that more honorary namings are to come, as there is a bloated committee of her fans working to do just this.

As KRON4 reports, the next building to get Feinstein's name chiseled into it may be 50 United Nations Plaza, which could soon become the Senator Dianne Feinstein Federal Building. Senators Alex Padilla and Laphonza Butler

The building which you may never have known was federally owned, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is home to the US General Services Administration’s (GSA) regional headquarters for the Pacific Rim Region.

"Senator Feinstein was a relentless advocate for the people of California, dedicating her career to serving the Golden State and her beloved hometown of San Francisco," says Padilla in a statement. "Renaming a federal building at the heart of the San Francisco Civic Center in her honor — just steps away from where she served as the first female mayor of San Francisco — commemorates her legacy of leading with strength and shattering barriers, a legacy that will inspire generations of Californians to come."

Senator Butler added a statement saying, "Renaming the 50 United Nations Plaza Federal Building in her name honors the extraordinary legacy she left behind."

As we learned in December, the Dianne Feinstein 100 (plus) Committee put the naming of the International Terminal at SFO as its top priority. But other projects are in the works to name everything from a Navy ship to the Elk River Trail in Humboldt County after the late senator.

SF's two main federal buildings already bear the names of late US Representative Philip Burton, and House Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi — the latter naming of the Federal Building on Seventh Street took place last year, under the Consolidated Appropriations Act.

Feinstein, who served two full terms as mayor of San Francisco before being elected to federal office, died in office at the age of 90 last September.

An elementary school in San Francisco already bears Feinstein's name.

Previously: Bid to Rename SFO's International Terminal After Dianne Feinstein Gets First Hearing Next Month