Grouting during Mackinac Bridge construction (2 of 11)

Here the grout plant is moored to one of the cable anchor piers.  The grout is pumped through the grout tubes into the voids between the limestone aggregate and raises to the surface forcing the water up and out. (1), Electronic reproduction of photograph.  The Mackinac Bridge 1954 - 1958. Mackinac Bridge Authority
Abstract/Description: Here the grout plant is moored to one of the cable anchor piers. The grout is pumped through the grout tubes into the voids between the limestone aggregate and raises to the surface forcing the water up and out. (1)
Subject(s): Bridges--Design and construction
St. Ignace (Mich.)
Mackinaw City (Mich.)
Mackinac Bridge (Mich.)
Date Created: 1954 (approximate)