The project comprised of furnishing all labor, materials and equipment to construct, approximately 2,050 LF of varying width concrete walkway with a portion cantilevered over water, existing seawall repairs, providing an ADA compatible walkway for bikes and pedestrians, connecting the Riverwalk from the Straz Center to Water Works Park, including such features as benches, planters, shade structures, railing, public art, decorative lighting, landscaping and irrigation, seawall repair.
Some of the specific elements included 750 CY of new concrete seawall cap and wall, 593 CY of retaining walls, 3,126 SY of colored concrete sidewalk with black beauty aggregate and a sand blasted finish, 2,500 LF of new helical pull down micro piles installed under two existing bridges, 2,600 LF of new stainless steel wire hand railing, a new stainless steel enclosure under the Laurel Street bridge, and 1,871 LF of French drain behind the existing seawall.
Part way through the project, art work under the I-275 Bridge was added to our contract. This consisted of 150’ by 5’ high series of decorative printed, gilded with aluminum, laminated glass panels. The glass panels were installed between the bridge columns on a knee wall. Our electrical lighting in this area under the bridge was redesigned to accommodate the glass. panels.