The first structural beams for the Bluffton Parkway flyover project arrived last week and are being placed between concrete columns. Each concrete beam is 90 feet long. According to a Beaufort County news release, 174 concrete and 30 steel beams will be used for the project. The contractor had installed 36 beams as of Friday. The $36 million flyover project to link the parkway with U.S. 278 and the bridges to Hilton Head Island began in May 2013 and is estimated to be completed by November 2015.
The first structural beams for the Bluffton Parkway flyover project arrived last week and are being placed between concrete columns. Each concrete beam is 90 feet long. According to a Beaufort County news release, 174 concrete and 30 steel beams will be used for the project. The contractor had installed 36 beams as of Friday. The $36 million flyover project to link the parkway with U.S. 278 and the bridges to Hilton Head Island began in May 2013 and is estimated to be completed by November 2015. Submitted photo
The first structural beams for the Bluffton Parkway flyover project arrived last week and are being placed between concrete columns. Each concrete beam is 90 feet long. According to a Beaufort County news release, 174 concrete and 30 steel beams will be used for the project. The contractor had installed 36 beams as of Friday. The $36 million flyover project to link the parkway with U.S. 278 and the bridges to Hilton Head Island began in May 2013 and is estimated to be completed by November 2015. Submitted photo

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June 21, 2014 06:42 PM

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