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Pedestrian Bridge, Rookery Bay National Estuarine Reserve, Naples, Florida
Engineered Structures supplied the FRP decking for this project. The entire structure is constructed of FRP, which was selected because of its durable, long-lasting characteristics.
West Street Pedestrian Bridge, New York City
The architect of this pedestrian bridge (just blocks from the Ground Zero construction site) charged the contractor with finding a decking material that would last and enhance pedestrian safety. The contractor discovered FRP and Engineered Structures was prompt to follow up, which ultimately helped us win the job.
U.S. Forest Service Pedestrian Bridge, Telluride, Colorado
A steel bridge would have required costly helicopter transport to this remote site. Strong, lightweight Engineered Structures FRP shapes provides a corrosion-resistant framework that was easier and more cost-effective to deliver.
Need a versatile option for pedestrian walkways? Engineered Structures's fiberglass reinforced plastic decking solves your challenges. It won't rot or warp like wood. It won't corrode like steel. And it even offers the safety advantage of a nonslip coating. FRP pultrusions are exceptionally strong yet lightweight and can last longer than traditional building materials for a lower total cost over the life of the product. That makes fiberglass pedestrian bridges the ideal solution.
Choose the lap joint decking design for areas with structural inaccuracies, or interlocking fiberglass deckboard for quick, easy installation.
- Light weight, high strength — easier to transport and install with standard tools
- Corrosion resistant — won't rot, rust, warp or bow
- Long-lasting — lower lifetime cost than traditional building materials
- Dimensional stability — no shrinking or swelling
- Nonconductive — won't conduct electricity