Good news indeed. Is there any word on whether the abutment segments are being cast yet?- as in, now-ish? Or is that going to be done soon? (Bearing in mind concrete takes a few weeks to reach full strength, reasonable to believe that the piles will reach full strength around mid to late July, which is the earliest then that the abutments could go up, but the abutment sections themselves need to reach a certain strength before they can be moved- in my day job as a formwork designer we generally go for between a few days and a week to allow for concrete to reach a strength that the forms can be removed and the concrete becomes self-supporting.) So the sooner the abutment sections are cast, the quicker they'll be able to be moved to site and erected (of course the earliest they could go up is dictated by the piles reaching strength). The sooner the abutments are up the sooner the mass concrete fill can go in- which again would need a few weeks to fully go off and reach strength- and it's only then realistically that the deck can be winched in. (Is that still pencilled in for August/ September?) It's the lead-times on the various elements of the project that are going to dictate the rate of progress now that the groundworks are more than half-done.