A plaque has been unveiled to commemorate a worker who died while helping to build the Third Don Crossing.
Ian Walker, 58, from Dundee, died in an accident on the project site at Danestone, north of the river.
A footpath, which runs alongside the bank of the River Don, has been named in Mr Walker’s honour.
The plaque on Walker’s Way also commemorates the Balfour Beatty worker.
Mr Walker’s children – Kirsty, Steven, and Andrew – were there for the unveiling ceremony yesterday, along with other family members and his co-workers.
Kirsty said: “Our dad was a good, solid family man.
“He meant a lot to many people and is very much missed.
“We are very grateful to Balfour Beatty, the council and the local community for honouring his memory.”
Aberdeen City Council leader Jenny Laing said: “We were honoured to name the path in Mr Walker’s memory and the ceremony to unveil the plaque is a fitting tribute.”
George Hood, Balfour Beatty’s regional managing director, said: “We are pleased to see this tribute being rightfully paid to Ian Walker who was a highly-respected colleague.
“We were pleased that we were able to join with the family and officially name Walker’s Way in Ian’s honour.”