Courtesy resident Susan White comes these great photos showing progress over last weekend of the reconstruction of the Redondo Beach Boardwalk, which is scheduled to open this Summer.
The rebuilt boardwalk – which costs just over $4.7 million – replaces one that was damaged in a severe storm in Nov. 2014, and consists of a concrete deck with wood stamp finish, stainless steel cable railing, and low level deck surface illumination, all while using the existing pile encapsulation.
Nine-inch thick concrete panels are being bolted in the current bulkhead, using 1-3/8th steel bolts to anchor it.
A raised intersection designed for pedestrian safety will also be built at S. 287th Street & Redondo Beach Drive.
Currently the boardwalk remains closed, but Redondo Beach Drive South is open to vehicular traffic as well as a sidewalk to the east for pedestrians.
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