Ricky Catts, left, a welder with United Contractors, holds a length of 5/8-inch re-bar as James Wilson trims it with a cutting torch Monday on the Lady's Island side of the new bridge arising next to the J.E. McTeer Bridge. The frame will be filled with more than 80 yards of concrete to hold up the support columns, which in turn will hold up the bridge deck, according to Travis Campbell of United Contractors.
Ricky Catts, left, a welder with United Contractors, holds a length of 5/8-inch re-bar as James Wilson trims it with a cutting torch Monday on the Lady's Island side of the new bridge arising next to the J.E. McTeer Bridge. The frame will be filled with more than 80 yards of concrete to hold up the support columns, which in turn will hold up the bridge deck, according to Travis Campbell of United Contractors. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Ricky Catts, left, a welder with United Contractors, holds a length of 5/8-inch re-bar as James Wilson trims it with a cutting torch Monday on the Lady's Island side of the new bridge arising next to the J.E. McTeer Bridge. The frame will be filled with more than 80 yards of concrete to hold up the support columns, which in turn will hold up the bridge deck, according to Travis Campbell of United Contractors. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

Deck by deck, a bridge grows

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