The photos below come from select concrete boardwalk projects in Alabama, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Iowa, Virginia, Maryland, Wyoming and more. Professional designers utilize the PermaTrak boardwalk system for various applications: stream crossings, pedestrian bridges, wetland boardwalks, and multi use trails.
For more PermaTrak boardwalk photos divided by application type (pedestrian bridges, wetland trails, observation piers, etc), visit this photo gallery (by application) page.
A 360-foot concrete boardwalk runs alongside Elliott Way in Croton-on-Hudson, NY, serving as a separated walkway between Senasqua Park and Croton Yacht Club.
The city of Dubuque, IA was looking for two elevated pedestrian walkways that could take pedestrians from an alley to the Kniest Street Basin for sightseeing, as well as a pedestrian bridge over a spillway. Of prime importance to the Strand Associates design team was the walkways’ ease of constructability, and durability that would stand the test of time. Read more about Upper Bee Branch Creek here.
The City of Sarnia replaced a 20-year old, 1200-foot long timber pedestrian promenade with a maintenance-free concrete boardwalk in 2014. Working with the City, the PermaTrak team was able to design a creative solution to address restrictions and work around obstacles. Click here to read more about the City of Sarnia Boardwalk project.
Four PermaTrak stream crossings were installed on a helical pier foundation system at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery in Gilette, WY. All four stream crossings are just over 13 ft. long and nearly 8 ft. wide allowing pedestrians to cross the stream intersections.
The first PermaTrak structures in Alabama appear on the Rotary Trail, a Rails to Trails project funded by Rotary of Birmingham. Read more about the footbridges, the project's history, and how it is designed to revitalize downtown Birmingham.
A Massachusetts DOT project, this rail-trail application is designed as a bicycle path. Installed on Rte 9 (Russell Street) in Hadley, MA with a painted centerline to guide two-way pedestrian and cyclist traffic.
700' multi use path used by over 1 million pedestrians and cyclists annually.
300+ LF concrete boardwalk with stainless steel handrail, meandering through a marsh area to provide a scenic walkway for students, faculty and staff.
15' above grade elevated wetlands boardwalk in Blackwater NWR - founded in 1933 as a waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating along the Atlantic Flyway. Walkway to the observation deck provides a 7' clear width.
24' clear span pedestrian bridge, read more about this project here.