Belfast Road bridge replacement complete


The Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina. Cutting the ribbon for the completed project were, from left, Chris Boyd and Seth Bennett with Crowder Construction Company; Jeremy Hodges, SCDOT Laurens Resident Construction Engineer; S.C. Rep. Walt McLeod; Leland Colvin, SCDOT Deputy Secretary for Engineering; Kevin McLaughlin , engineering administrator for SCDOT District 2; Lee Neighbors, construction engineer for SCDOT District 2; and Allen Hutto, legislative liaison for SCDOT.


Courtesy photos

The Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8, 2016. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina.


Courtesy photos

The Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina. Cutting the ribbon for the completed project were, from left, Chris Boyd and Seth Bennett with Crowder Construction Company; Jeremy Hodges, SCDOT Laurens Resident Construction Engineer; S.C. Rep. Walt McLeod; Leland Colvin, SCDOT Deputy Secretary for Engineering; Kevin McLaughlin , engineering administrator for SCDOT District 2; Lee Neighbors, construction engineer for SCDOT District 2; and Allen Hutto, legislative liaison for SCDOT.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Belfast1.jpgThe Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina. Cutting the ribbon for the completed project were, from left, Chris Boyd and Seth Bennett with Crowder Construction Company; Jeremy Hodges, SCDOT Laurens Resident Construction Engineer; S.C. Rep. Walt McLeod; Leland Colvin, SCDOT Deputy Secretary for Engineering; Kevin McLaughlin , engineering administrator for SCDOT District 2; Lee Neighbors, construction engineer for SCDOT District 2; and Allen Hutto, legislative liaison for SCDOT. Courtesy photos

The Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8, 2016. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Belfast3.jpgThe Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8, 2016. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina. Courtesy photos

The Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina. Cutting the ribbon for the completed project were, from left, Chris Boyd and Seth Bennett with Crowder Construction Company; Jeremy Hodges, SCDOT Laurens Resident Construction Engineer; S.C. Rep. Walt McLeod; Leland Colvin, SCDOT Deputy Secretary for Engineering; Kevin McLaughlin , engineering administrator for SCDOT District 2; Lee Neighbors, construction engineer for SCDOT District 2; and Allen Hutto, legislative liaison for SCDOT.

The Belfast Road Bridge replacement project over Garrison Creek in Newberry County was completed and opened to traffic on July 8, 2016. The bridge was replaced due to damage received during the October 2015 flooding event in South Carolina.

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