RESIDENTIAL PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES

 

DEFINITION 
Pedestrian bridges are typically created with treated wood timbers, steel and or a combination of both. Manufactured by Art Thureson Inc. of Waterford Michigan, these bridges can come in a variety of shapes and configurations based on your architectural needs. These residential pedestrian bridges can be built with roofs, awnings or be wide open. They are available in both single and multi-lane bridge widths.

USES 
These timber and or steel bridges add architectural interest to any environment combined with a purpose, which is to get pedestrians across a body of water, over a roadway, or through a protected piece of nature in a backyard residence. Bridges are ideal for greenway trails, residential developments and high traffic areas where you want vegetation and gardens undisturbed.

INSTALLATION OR BUILD 
Do to the huge size and weight of these timber and steel bridges, large-scale heavy equipment and cranes are required for installation.

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