A small village in northern Quebec needed pedestrian bridges to safely cross over streams and rocky terrain. In a place that experiences sub-zero temperatures for the better part of the year and is also surrounded by saltwater, aluminum is an ideal material, as it does not crack in cold temperatures and is corrosion resistant. We built two aluminum pony truss bridges with side guardrails and Shur grip aluminum decking for added traction and safety.
60' 0" & 98' 5" (18 m & 30 m)
6' 0" (1.8 m)