U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials say marine construction crews continue chip away on the Grand Haven south pier repair project.
The drive to raise $1 million for the city’s catwalk project has hit the halfway mark.
The city announced this morning at a press conference in Central Park that the Save the Catwalk fundraising movement has surpassed the halfway mark toward a $1 million fundraising goal.
City leaders say work will soon be picking up on the catwalk refurbishment and replacement project.
Organizers of a fundraiser set for next weekend hope the community comes out and rallies around saving the Grand Haven catwalk.
Grand Haven City Council has given the go-ahead to start the first two phases of repair and renovation work on the south pier’s catwalk.
Grand Haven leaders sat down with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers experts earlier this week to discuss the latest regarding the city’s catwalk repair project.
City officials say they have a clearer picture over what it will take to restore the Grand Haven south pier catwalk.
The final sections of the catwalk were removed from Grand Haven's south pier on Friday, Sept. 2, 2016.
Work crews began the week-long process of removing the catwalk from Grand Haven's south pier on Monday, Aug. 29. The work began at the far west end of the pier and will continue working its way toward shore. Photos by Matt DeYoung and Becky Vargo.
Crews began removal of the catwalk off the Grand Haven south pier Monday morning.
Work could start this week on the city’s south pier catwalk removal and storage project.
The Grand Haven Main Street program has made a contribution to help the city's efforts to preserve the south pier catwalk.
The twinkling glow of the Grand Haven south pier catwalk will be going dark for a while.
The city finally has a plan in place to move the catwalk while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reconstructs Grand Haven’s south pier beginning in August.