Work To Resume On County’s Elevated Boardwalk

//Work To Resume On County’s Elevated Boardwalk

Work To Resume On County’s Elevated Boardwalk

Work To Resume On County’s Elevated Boardwalk

A group of military personnel recently arrived on Kaua‘i to work on the elevated boardwalk of the Kawaihau Spur, an offshoot of the county’s multi-use path Ke Ala Hele Makalae.
During construction, the area will be closed periodically to ensure the safety of the public.
Through the county’s agreements with the Department of Defense (DoD) Innovative Readiness Training Program and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), rotating teams of military personnel are being flown in to build the elevated boardwalk, while the FHWA is providing the building materials.
“We are pleased to collaborate with the Department of Defense and Federal Highways on this segment of the multi-use path,” said Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. “The elevated boardwalk will provide access to the coastal path from the Kawaihau area for people of all abilities, and is part of our vision of bringing the path up into the community.”
In June of last year, the first group of military personnel completed the initial phase of construction on the elevated boardwalk, and the current team will pick up where they left off.
The boardwalk is expected to be completed this summer.
The top section of the spur at Gore Park and the bottom section along Kawaihau Road were built in 2012.

Air National Guardsmen assigned to the 200th RED HORSE Squadron are on island to work on the elevated boardwalk of the Kawaihau Spur, an offshoot of the county’s multi-use path Ke Ala Hele Makalae.

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