Which Multi Use Trail Materials Are Right for Your Project?

A landscape architect or civil engineer has a variety of product choices when designing trails and multi use paths. As ...

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Options to Widen Road Shoulder: Sidewalk or Boardwalk?

As a landscape architect or engineer, you may have faced this situation before: where your client is looking for a ...

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Celebrating 10 Years of PermaTrak Projects

It’s hard to believe, but PermaTrak installed its first project 10 years ago! Since then, we’ve added over 300 ...

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PermaTrak Welcomes Back Carrie Parada as Inside Project Coordinator

The PermaTrak team is glad to welcome Carrie Parada back into the fold as Inside Project Coordinator. In her new role, ...

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Connecting Charlotte's Residents on the Cross Charlotte Trail

Like many mid-size cities, Charlotte, North Carolina has faced unprecedented growth in recent years. According to ...

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John Pyle Named Vice President of Sales and Marketing

We’re excited to announce that John Pyle has been named Vice President of Sales and Marketing. John joined the ...

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PermaTrak Announces Two New Precast Concrete Tread Textures

PermaTrak is happy to announce two new precast concrete standard tread textures, BeachSand and BeachWood.

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PermaTrak Welcomes Nina Yordanova as Structural Engineer

We’re excited to announce that we’ve added a new member to the PermaTrak team—please join us in welcoming Nina ...

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Designing Your Next Wetland Boardwalk: Top 4 Considerations

If you’re working on a trail project in a wetland area, you have two options for your design: reroute the trail for a ...

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New Jersey Proposes New Funding Source for Boardwalks

New Jersey recently proposed a measure that could greatly affect how boardwalks are maintained and funded in the state. ...

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