Better Life dude wrote:The pedestrian bridge walkways look different: Both lanes off to the south side instead of split right under the arch with space between them. Oh well - just get it done at this point!
This project will include construction on the river side of the levee on both blocks and the plaza on the land side between Walnut Street and Locust Street in front of the Old Library. The project construction includes the multi-purpose trail, floodwall, irrigation and lighting, plaza and promenade pavers. Construction of this project will begin in the fall of 2009 and will be completed within one year. Construction of the plaza and promenade adjacent to the YMCA will be deferred, pending the proposed redevelopment of that property.
Mulder.DSM wrote:Does any one know who is in charge of the marketing window display for the Principal Riverwalk in the skywalk area of the Equitable Building?
The Principal Riverwalk sign fell down last week and is laying on it's side in the display window and needs to get hung back up.
I have no idea who is responsible for those windows to tell them about.
DMRyan wrote:No steel arriving on site yet, but the work crews finally showed up today to start moving cranes around and perhaps bringing in more construction equipment. Hopefully, it won't be much longer to see some type of activity on the ped bridge.
An Indiana company constructing the bridge is behind, so instead of a mid-November grand opening, completion has been pushed back to early next spring.
The KCCI news at 10 tonight reports that the steel for the ped bridge should be arriving in late April
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