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Pile driving resumes for bridge project

Pile driving resumes for bridge project

The familiar sound of pile driving has returned to Pensacola Bay following the threat of Hurricane Irma. A statewide emergency associated with the hurricane stopped work on highway and bridge projects throughout Florida last week.

Barges, cranes and other equipment moved to “safe haven”

Barges, cranes and other equipment moved to “safe haven”

Barges, cranes and other equipment used in construction of the new Pensacola Bay Bridge will be moved to “safe haven” beginning today.

First “trophy piece” is ready

First “trophy piece” is ready

The first trophy piece for the new Pensacola Bay Bridge is complete. Others are being fabricated at the Bayou Chico casting facility.

Boater alert, pile trimming underway

Boater alert, pile trimming underway

Work is underway to trim the concrete piles driven on the west side of the Pensacola Bay Bridge. The piles are being trimmed at, or near the water line in advance of topping them with massive concrete components informally known as a trophy pieces because their resemblance to a trophy or award.

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