Guerry Taylor Gives a Presentation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Marina Conference

Guerry Taylor, P.E., Senior Designer and President Emeritus of JGT, has given a presentation at the 39th Annual Docks and Marinas Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Mr. Taylor is a frequent lecturer at this annual conference that brings together leading experts in the marina industry.

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Groundbreaking takes place at Northbridge Park!

A Groundbreaking Ceremony took place on October 18th at the site of the future City of Charleston’s Northbridge Park. Located at the base of the Highway 7 bridge entering West Ashley, the park will provide for passive recreational opportunities. Amenities include a JGT designed fishing pier and floating canoe/kayak launch dock, parking places, water fountains, [...]

JGT has been awarded project at the Town of Bluffton’s Oyster Factory Park

Jon Guerry Taylor & Associates, Inc. has been awarded a public access project at the existing boat ramp adjacent the historic Oyster Factory on the May River in the Town of Bluffton, Beaufort County, South Carolina. The project consists of the planning, permitting, engineering design and construction observation of a ground out floating dock, floating [...]

Charleston Waterfront Park Harbor Taxi Dock Construction is Complete!

Construction has been completed at the new Harbor Taxi Dock at the award winning City of Charleston Waterfront Park. The new dock creates a water taxi stop near the City Market. Other stops include the Charleston Maritime Center as well as Patriots Point and historic Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant. The facility was constructed by [...]

Construction Nearing Completion at Charleston Waterfront Park Harbor Taxi Dock

Construction is nearing completion at the new Harbor Taxi Dock at Charleston’s Waterfront Park. The new ADA accessible gangway has been installed as well as the new landing dock for the gangway and the adjacent floating dock. A final inspection is scheduled this week.

 

 

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Construction Continues at Charleston Waterfront Park Harbor Taxi Dock

Construction continues at the Charleston Waterfront Park Harbor Taxi Dock. The new 5’ x 8’ fixed access deck with custom designed gate and handrails has been added to the end of the existing Waterfront Park pier.

 

 

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Construction Begins at Charleston Waterfront Park Harbor Taxi Dock

Located at Charleston’s award winning Waterfront Park, this public project involves the permitting and engineering design of a Harbor Taxi Dock for the City of Charleston, Department of Parks. The facility consists of the installation of a new 12’ x 50’ floating dock for Harbor Taxi berthing with an adjoining additional 10’ x 20’ floating [...]

JGT commissioned to update Southern Forest Products Association Aquatics and Wetlands Construction Guide

Jon Guerry Taylor and Associates has been selected to update the Southern Forest Products Association’s (SFPA) marine design brochure AQUATIC AND WETLAND STRUCTURES. Originally published as MARINE STRUCTURES, Recommendations for Design and Construction, the brochure has become a valuable asset to engineers, designers, contractors and timber industry groups. It will incorporate updated [...]

Guerry Taylor To Give a Presentation at the Upcoming University of Wisconsin-Madison Marina Conference

Jon Guerry Taylor, P.E. will give a presentation at the upcoming University of Wisconsin-Madison Marina Conference on May 13-14, 2013. His presentation will cover Fixed Piers, their planning, materials and alternate uses. Additional information concerning the conference can be found at http://epd.engr.wisc.edu/webN755

 

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Morgan Creek Dredging Project continues

Dredging continues in Morgan Creek at Wild Dunes, located at the north end of the Isle of Palms, South Carolina. The project has gone very smoothly from the beginning and is approaching thirty percent completion.

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