Steamboat Landing Fishing Pier Construction Completed!

Construction has been completed on the Steamboat Landing  Fishing Pier on Edisto Island, South Carolina.  Jon Guerry Taylor & Associates, Inc., planned, permitted and designed and provided construction observation for this public pier for the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission.  R.L. Morrison & Sons, Inc. of McClellanville, SC,  constructed the facility in budget and ahead of schedule.

 

                           

 

                              

 

                               

Morgan Creek Dredging Project is underway

Dredging has begun for the Morgan Creek Harbor Association (MCHA), located on the Isle of Palms, South Carolina, adjacent to Wild Dunes Resort.  Jon Guerry Taylor & Associates, Inc., has worked closely with MCHA to plan, permit and design this maintenance dredging of approximately 50,000 cubic yards of material.  The material is being pumped more than 14,000 feet to the Isle of Palms Connector confined disposal facility.

 Dredge and pipe mobilizing to the site


Dredged material being deposited in the Confined Disposal Facility

 

Steamboat Landing Fishing Pier is Under Construction

Construction has begun on the new Steamboat Landing Fishing Pier that Jon Guerry Taylor & Associates, Inc.  planned, permitted and designed for the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission.  The new pier consists of an 6’ x 178’ fixed pier walkway leading to a 16’ X 20’ pier head and will feature an all aluminum structure and handrails with a composite top rail and  and concrete piles.  The new facility will replace a deteriorated timber pier.  R.L. Morrison & Sons, Inc. is the contractor on the project.

       Demolition of old pier

 

       New concrete piles being driven

 

 

 

 

 

We have moved our office!

Jon Guerry Taylor & Associates, Inc  is pleased to announce that we have moved our offices to a new location.  We are now located near the base of the Cooper River bridge at 242 Mathis Ferry Road in Mount Pleasant, just north of the Mathis Ferry / Hwy 17 intersection.

 

 

Town of McClellanville Fishing / Observation Pier Completed

The Town of McClellanville Pier has been completed.  Located adjacent to the boat ramp in the heart of the Village, the new pier allows for public recreational access to Jeremy Creek.  JGT planned, permitted, designed and provided construction observation services for the Town.  In addition, JGT was able to assist the Town in obtaining a grant for $50,000 towards the construction of the pier.

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Town of McClellanville Fishing / Observation Pier Nearing Completion

The Town of McClellanville Fishing and Observation Pier is in the final stages of construction.

 

   

   

Construction Continues on the Town of McClellanville Fishing / Observation Pier

Construction continues on the Town of McClellanville Fishing and Observation Pier.  In addition to planning, permitting, designing, bidding and conducting construction observation, JGT assisted the Town with securing a $50,000 grant from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

Guerry Taylor’s latest article published in the May / June 2012 issue of Marina Dock Age magazine

Jon Guerry Taylor, P.E., President Emeritus and Senior Design Engineer at Jon Guerry Taylor & Associates, Inc., has been published in this month’s Marina Dock Age magazine.  Guerry’s latest article explores planning, designing and installing Accessible Gangways.  Click on the image to read the article:

Town of McClellanville Fishing / Observation Pier Under Construction

JGT was commissioned by the Town of McClellanville, South Carolina to permit, design and observe construction of a new timber fishing and observation pier located  adjacent to the Town’s boat ramp in the historic Old VillageThe project involves the construction of an approximately 6′ x 60′ fixed pier leading to a 12′ x 16′ covered fixed pier head.  In addition, an existing 190 foot timber bulkhead will be replaced as required with rip rap protection added at the base of the wall. Dock & Marine, Inc. of Charleston is the contractor.

Dewees Island Loading Ramp Extension

JGT was commissioned by the Dewees Island Property Owners Association to permit, design and observe construction of an extension to the existing loading ramp on the Island. Dewees Island is a barrier island north of the Isle of Palms that is only accessible by boat. Supplies are brought over by landing craft that use the ramp to unload and load. The ramp extension will allow the landing craft to use the ramp at all tides. The ramp extension is made up of two (2) precast concrete sections that are positioned and attached to a pile support structure and rock base. Salmons Dredging Corporation of Charleston was the contractor.