This week we have been hard at work prepping the site, prefabricating, and painting! Because we are still waiting on D.O.T. for approval to break ground under Haywood Bridge, we cannot pour the footings and assemble the bridge over the creek. We have decided to start construction on land instead! We’ve sectioned off a part of the parking lot underneath Haywood to begin assembling our bridge. Once we’ve been granted permission to break ground and the bridge is fully fabricated, we will get a crane to place the bridge on to the footings to span the creek. Until then, we apologize for the inconvenience caused by our construction site. We’ll keep to the left side of the parking lot under Haywood Bridge so that we won’t be in the way of getting to the boat put in.
The primed I-beams when first dropped on site a week ago.
The I-beams, now eggplant purple – the people have spoken!
Sign up for a Community Work Day this Saturday by clicking here, and we will contact you… many hands make lighter work. Thanks to Bryan, Oscar, Jay, and Jeff for coming out last Saturday to help us install the silt fence and paint the I-beams.