AN UP-CLOSE LOOK AT THE BRIDGE PROJECT
Date: 11/12/2012 Album ID: 1566384
Photos by Ken Ritchie
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A driver hauls a large steel beam across the work yard under the new approach on the Madison side of the Madison-Milton bridge. The sloped portion of the pier in the background is the beginnings of the walkway that will take pedestrians up to a sidewalk that will connect Madison and Milton when the bridge project is complete. (Staff photos by Ken Ritchie)
A driver hauls a large steel beam across the work yard under the new approach on the Madison side of the Madison-Milton bridge. The sloped portion of the pier in the background is the beginnings of the walkway that will take pedestrians up to a sidewalk that will connect Madison and Milton when the bridge project is complete. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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Span 4 of the new bridge hangs over the water near the riverbank on the Madison side, as construction crews close the gap between the center of the bridge and the Madison and Milton approaches. Once the trusses are complete, the road deck will be poured and traffic will be diverted to the new bridge on the temporary piers while the old bridge is demolished. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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A worker communicates with a co-worker high atop the new truss. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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The large yellow form gives a clue as to the shape that the top of the piers will have after they are widened to accommodate the wider bridge. Once the old bridge is demolished, each of the remaining piers will be widened before the new bridge is slid into place. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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Paula Clemons and Maurice Terry apply cement to one of the drains being installed in the new Madison approach to the bridge on Harrison Street. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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An extensive grid of rebar, which will soon be covered with concrete, leads up to the bridge on the new approach being constructed on the Madison side. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
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