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Workers set East Hiram Parkway culvert in place; new bypass road motors toward completion
by Joe Livingston
jlivingston@neighbornewspapers.com
October 04, 2012 04:19 PM | 2242 views | 0 0 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print
From left, Paulding Post 3 Commissioner Tommie Graham, Paulding County Commision Chairman David Austin, Paulding Department of Transportation project manager Lee Deems and Paulding Transportation Director Scott Greene look over blueprints for the East Hiram Parkway project last week.
From left, Paulding Post 3 Commissioner Tommie Graham, Paulding County Commision Chairman David Austin, Paulding Department of Transportation project manager Lee Deems and Paulding Transportation Director Scott Greene look over blueprints for the East Hiram Parkway project last week.
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From left, Austin, Graham and County Administrator Mike Jones discuss progress on the parkway.
From left, Austin, Graham and County Administrator Mike Jones discuss progress on the parkway.
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Jonathan Gosnell of general contractor G.P.’s Enterprises guides a pre-stressed, 25-ton concrete archway into place for a bridge culvert over Lick Log Creek as Jorge Vasquez relays signals to crane operator Danny Woodall during work on the East Hiram Parkway project last week.
Jonathan Gosnell of general contractor G.P.’s Enterprises guides a pre-stressed, 25-ton concrete archway into place for a bridge culvert over Lick Log Creek as Jorge Vasquez relays signals to crane operator Danny Woodall during work on the East Hiram Parkway project last week.
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Jorge Vasquez of general contractor G.P.’s Enterprises relays signals to crane operator Danny Woodall of subcontractor Southway Crane as Vasquez guides a 25-ton archway piece into place.
Jorge Vasquez of general contractor G.P.’s Enterprises relays signals to crane operator Danny Woodall of subcontractor Southway Crane as Vasquez guides a 25-ton archway piece into place.
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Crews look on as a 25-ton piece of pre-stressed concrete archway is lifted for the East Hiram Parkway project.
Crews look on as a 25-ton piece of pre-stressed concrete archway is lifted for the East Hiram Parkway project.
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Workers placed a series of pre-stressed, 25-ton concrete archways into place last week for a bridge culvert which will be part of East Hiram Parkway between Poole and Angham roads in Hiram. The $16.3 million county road is being funded with state and federal funds. It will run for three miles from Hiram-Douglasville Highway at Bill Carruth Parkway to Wendy Bagwell Parkway near the Cobb County line when completed in July 2013.
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