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Designed by Aaron Green, FAIA for Greenwood Ridge Tasting Room. We built this decorative footbridge to allow picnicers access to a beautiful little island in the tasting room's pond.

 

This is a flatcar bridge that we built in 1990. Built from a railroad flatcar these are the most economical bridge to build and are capable of spanning great distances. They can be as simple as this one or more elaborate with steel curbs and railings. It's even possible to weld two together to form a wider bridge.

 

The Hill Bridge was originally a city park bridge that we found and set in a beautiful creek location in Philo

We built the Tumbling McD Road Bridge in 2010 to replace an aging wood and steel bridge. This is constructed of all concrete and steel. The span is 115 feet to cross Anderson Creek in Philo and the driving surface is 14 feet wide.