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Pensacola Bay Bridge construction team reaches another milestone

Pensacola Bay Bridge construction team reaches another milestone

The Pensacola Bay Bridge construction team reached a milestone Wednesday, Feb. 14 by pouring the first two concrete spans for the new bridge. The bridge spans are cast-in-place atop the Florida I-beams that are used to connect the trophy pieces.

Pensacola Bay Bridge “By the Numbers”

Pensacola Bay Bridge “By the Numbers”

The project team is focused on driving the piles needed for the new bridges, placing the “trophy pieces,” and installing the beams for the new eastbound bridge. Here’s a look at the progress on those activities through January 2018. Contract days: 501

U.S. Coast Guard Safety Zone Established

U.S. Coast Guard Safety Zone Established

Effective immediately, the U.S. Coast Guard has established a 500-foot safety zone for all navigable waters of Pensacola Bay within 500-feet of the construction of the new Pensacola Bay Bridge.

Beam placement underway

Beam placement underway

The first of more than a thousand “Florida I-beams” have been placed for the new Pensacola Bay Bridge. The beams connect the trophy pieces one-to-another and will eventually support the bridge deck and riding surface.

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