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Governor's Drive Pedestrian Bridge

  • Owner: Kiawah Island Community Association
  • Construction Cost: $911,000
  • Completion Date: December 2011 

Scope of Services:

  • Build New 90’ Long Concrete Cored Slab Pedestrian Bridge
  • Install 630’ Long New Sheetpile Retaining Wall with Attached Timber Guardrail
  • Pave 8’ Wide Pedestrian Path Along Causeway

Governor's Drive pedestrian bridge for KICA: First item of work was to install 344 coal tar epoxy coated sheetpile to form the retaining wall to hold up the widened causeway of the pedestrian path; prestressed 14" square piling were then driven to support the extended bent caps; cored slab segments were set to create the deck of the pedestrian bridge; timber guardrails were assembled and attached to the retaining wall and pedestrian bridge; asphalt path was paved along the causeway to connect the pedestrian bridge to the existing path.

Contact:

Kiawah Island Community Association
20 Kestrel Ct.
Kiawah Island, SC 29455

 

 

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