PermaTrak Project Profiles: Concrete Boardwalks and Pedestrian Bridges

Since its introduction to the US and Canada in 2010, landscape architects and engineers have designed commercial projects using the PermaTrak concrete boardwalk system for various types of applications: fishing piers, urban walkways over sensitive tree roots, pedestrian bridges, elevated greenways, wetland boardwalks and more. The project profiles below share specific boardwalk design and construction challenges. Enjoy!

Project Profiles in: lakes-lagoons

Moore Road Park Boardwalk

The Moore Park boardwalk used the PermaTrak system for cost-effective, quick installation that minimized environmental impact.

Tags: Wetlands & Floodplain, Boardwalks, Observation Platforms, Lakes & Lagoons, Texas

Kathryn Albertson Park

Two boardwalk structures that meander through pollinator gardens, allowing visitors to follow a designated pathway in Boise, ID.

Tags: Stream Crossings & Pedestrian Bridges, Observation Platforms, Lakes & Lagoons, Idaho

Josey Lake Park

A three-mile walkway with ten boardwalks was designed to wind around portions of Josey Lake in Cypress, TX, connecting various trails and recreational areas for community residents.

Tags: Lakes & Lagoons, Texas

Logan Lake Boardwalk at Adams Park 

The Atlanta community wanted to experience Logan Lake in Adams Park from a different vantage point – with a walking path through the middle of the lake.

Tags: Lakes & Lagoons, Georgia


Wolf Lake Boardwalk

The Wolf Lake Trail was missing a link between the North Trail and South Trail and needed an elevated crossing to loop over Wolf Lake.

Tags: Indiana, Lakes & Lagoons