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Aerial video provides a more comprehensive view of construction progress

Aerial video provides a more comprehensive view of construction progress

Aerial video provides a more comprehensive view of the many construction activities that are underway.

Two members of Pensacola Bay Bridge team featured in Pensacola Magazine

Two members of Pensacola Bay Bridge team featured in Pensacola Magazine

Two members of the Pensacola Bay Bridge construction team are featured in this month’s edition of Pensacola Magazine.

Attention boaters and fishermen

Attention boaters and fishermen

The area around the old and new Pensacola Bay Bridge is an active marine construction zone. For safety reasons, no trespassing is allowed in the area and fishing from the bridge piers is prohibited.

Demolition work progressing

Demolition work progressing

A drive over the Pensacola Bay Bridge these days shows a lot of barge traffic as crews work to demolish the old bridge and drive the remaining piles for the new westbound structure. The old bridge consisted of 257 concrete sections known as “spans.” Each of the spans consists of concrete piles that were driven into the bay floor more than 60 years ago, footers, columns, pile caps, girders, and bridge decks.

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