CONTACT:

(864) 260-4190
(864) 260-4629 
Fax
735 Michelin Boulevard
Anderson, SC 29626
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Work Requests:  864/260-4190

Roads & Bridges Manager:

     Megan Young (Interim)

Engineering Projects:  
     Thulasi Vinayagam, P.E.

Encroachment Permits: 
     Valerie Proctor, Right of Way Coordinator
     Rob Wishart, Inspector

Subdivision Plan Review:
     
Bill Rutledge, P.E.

Subdivision Inspection: 
     Tim Cartee

Special Tax District:
     Jill Sanders

Road Abandonment:
     Jill Sanders

DOWNLOADS:

Encroachment Permit
Encroachment Permit Policy
Traffic Calming Program 
Special Tax District Information
Road Abandonment Information

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Project Updates

Anderson County Roads & Bridges completed construction of a new culvert on Blake Dairy Rd in Belton, replacing an existing defective bridge and opened the road to through traffic in June 2016.  The new culvert is a 12’ x 8’ box culvert and is 72 feet long.

The entire project was completed utilizing the in-house grading crew using county general funds.
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Anderson County Roads & Bridges completed construction of a new bridge on Firetower Road in Honea Path, and opened the road to through traffic in July, 2016.  The new bridge is 30 feet wide and 50 feet long, consisting of pre-cast hollow core slaps with an asphalt overlay. 

 

The entire project was completed 6 months ahead of schedule by utilizing the in-house bridge crew using county general funds.

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Anderson County Roads & Bridges completed construction of a new bridge on Long Road and opened the road to through traffic on October 12, 2015.  The new bridge is 36 feet wide and 60 feet long, consisting of pre-cast hollow core slaps with an asphalt overlay.  The road was raised four feet higher to allow for adequate flow during heavy rain events. 

The entire project was completed 7 months ahead of schedule by utilizing the in-house bridge crew using county general funds.