Three down, one con­crete pour to go at Testa site

Palm Beach Daily News - - FRONT PAGE - By WIL­LIAM KELLY

The third of four large con­crete pours at the his­toric Testa’s site was com­pleted with­out any prob­lems, Cody Crow­ell, manag­ing di­rec­tor of con­struc­tion for the Fris­bie Group, said Wed­nes­day.

Coastal Con­struc­tion, the project’s gen­eral con­trac­tor, han­dled the pour from the Royal Poin­ciana Way side of the 1.3-acre site, Crow­ell said.

The street was closed to traf­fic at mid­night Satur­day, and the pour be­gan at 3 a.m. It was done and the street cleaned and re­opened by about 11:30 a.m., Crow­ell said.

“We fin­ished ahead of sched­ule,” he said. “The weather co­op­er­ated ... and we ex­e­cuted our plan.”

Sub­con­trac­tor Ce­mex brought in the ma­te­rial from West Palm Beach over the Fla­gler Bridge via about 185 truck trips, Crow­ell said. About 1,850 cu­bic yards of con­crete was poured, cre­at­ing part of a trans­fer slab

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