Changing the face of Charleston : The unbuilding of the Grace and Pearman Bridges
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(Apr 10)
Meeting St. Stories
(Jul 10 2006)
East Bay Stories
(Oct 10 2006)
Drum Island Stories
(Feb 17)
Pearman Bridge Stories
(Apr 3)
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(Apr 3)
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(Mar 27)
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(July 23 2006)
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(Feb 20)
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(Mar 13)
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(Feb 28)

January 12, 2006:
Sunset and Town Creek

Sparking has found an expressive way for capturing the evening sun bathing the Town Creek worksite

The Grace and Pearman cantilever segments

The Charleston Port cantilever sectiongs as seen from the the East Bay on ramp

A composition for two cranes and trusses

Drum Island and the Port cantilever sections

The Drum Island Grace cantilever with the jackup barge in the backgound

That Pearman cantilever support just does not give up - both the jackup barge and the 1250 beating away at it

Our acrobats in place

engaged in a bit of burning going from the man basket (but I'm unsure what is being burned)

Sunset bathing the cantilever sections and cranes

Time for dinner

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