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: multi-use-trails-and-greenways

Wolf River Greenway Phase 14A

The Wolf River Greenway now features a durable and reliable pedestrian walkway, meeting the needs of the community, facilitating safe and enjoyable outdoor experiences along the Wolf River, and contributing to the conservation of the local environment.

Tags: Multi Use Trails and Greenways, Tennessee

South Lake Tahoe Shared-Use Trail: Dennis T. Machida Memorial Greenway

Following the vision of Dennis T. Machida, the California Tahoe Conservancy’s first executivedirector, six agency partners across local, state, and federal jurisdictions collaborated to create amulti-use bicycle and pedestrian trail in South Lake Tahoe.

Tags: Multi Use Trails and Greenways, California