With this project the best free parking spots in GVL next to the Liberty Bridge are now history, to be replaced by green space in the final design. It will take two years to complete the project, with the Wyche Law Firm building demolition to take 3 to 4 months according to a project superintendent we spoke to.
The City of Greenville held an online auction that ended on January 30. Winning bidders are required to dismantle and remove these buildings. The winning bidders paid a very small amount for these pre-engineered buildings,- it will be interesting to learn where they will be re-erected!
Other winning bidders have already removed all the existing chain link fencing from the site.
Photos by Frank Mansbach.
Nearing completion, almost 4 months behind schedule… (likely due to the heavy rains of last Summer and Fall).
A protective pedestrian tunnel for a construction site on Augusta Street.
Camperdown Construction site at night.
Being transported on Cleveland Park Drive ( currently closed to traffic) as part of the River Restoration Project.
This sign will be placed Today for the two month trail section closure for the ReWa Dig Greenville project. The detour is not too difficult but since there is a bypass, it should have said “detour” instead of “closed”.
It is sometimes easier to add finishing touches from the inside, as this man is doing here with the new windows installed above the space where the Flying Biscuit is coming on South Main Street.
The roof layer goes on faster if installed as an assembly. There wasn’t much wind this day, so the men manning the stabilization ropes could guide the section into place.
This wreath is on the front of the Camperdown construction project.