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The Harbor Bridge Project reaches new milestones

The Harbor Bridge Project is making progress in big ways.

According to the official Harbor Bridge Project Facebook page, after the first segment of the bridge was constructed a few weeks ago; HBP crews spent the morning moving giant pieces of the launching gantry crane along the Joe Fulton Corridor to the North Approach section of the Project.

Gantry Crane

HBP crews spent the morning moving giant pieces of the launching gantry crane along the Joe Fulton Corridor to the North Approach section of the Project. The pieces were transported via a self-propelled modular transporter (SPMT). Crews will spend the next few weeks assembling the crane on-site. Once complete, the launching gantry crane will be used to place the 100-ton concrete segments that make up the approach and cable-stayed bridge portion of the project.

Posted by Harbor Bridge Project on Thursday, September 13, 2018

The pieces were transported with a powerful, self-propelled modular transporter. In the next few weeks, construction crews will assemble the crane on-site so that it can be used to place the 100-ton concrete segments that make up the approach and cable-stayed bridge portion of the project.

Here are some photos of the giant pieces of the launching gantry crane placed on the North Approach section of the…

Posted by Harbor Bridge Project on Thursday, September 13, 2018

For updates to the construction you can visit Harbor Bridge Project’s Facebook page and for road closure updates, you can visit their website. 
Ryan Garza

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