More steel casings and tremie pipes have arrived at the work site while concrete puoring continues for the Panguil Bay Bridge Project. Tremie pipes are watertight pipes used to pour concrete underwater as in this case the bridge piers and supports. Photos courtesy of Tangub Communicator.

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