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What’s Happening At The Indian River Inlet Bridge – February 2011

Written on: February 15th, 2011 in Indian River Inlet Bridge

Construction: The next several months will consist of regular concrete pours as Skanska continues the process of building the bridge deck over the inlet. Every few weeks, an additional 24 feet of bridge length will be completed with each form traveler. As the bridge deck is built, temporary and permanent stay cables will continue to […]

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What’s Happening Now At Indian River Inlet Bridge – January 2011

Written on: December 28th, 2010 in Indian River Inlet Bridge

Form Traveler Launches! As we move into 2011, we will find the northside form traveler is being launched and attached to the bridge. The southside form traveler will be launched in January. These travelers will be used to construct the concrete bridge deck segments that cross the inlet. The first concrete pours will occur in […]

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Indian River Inlet Bridge – What’s Happening Now (Fall 2010)

Written on: December 16th, 2010 in Indian River Inlet Bridge

┬áConstruction continues on the new Indian River Inlet Bridge. Three main activities will be occurring on site this month – stay cable installation, transition pier construction and the launching of the form traveler. Stay Cables Initial stressing of the stay cables (the blue cables that support the bridge) for several stays is complete. The bridge […]

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