2 Span FRP Footbridge Installed on PROW

This Public Rights of Way (PROW), 2 span bridge was installed in December 2018. The lightweight nature allowed easy installation in this remote location during the winter months and moulded deck technology means long term maintenance will be reduced to a minimum.  The total length of the bridge was 14m and 0.905m wide between the handrails.  The handrails were attached to the outside edge of the bridge to minimise the overall width of the structure to suit site constraints.  The project demonstrates that FRP bridges can be a cost effective, durable alternative to traditional construction methods for small remote structures.

FRP Footbridge
PROW Footbridge Installed

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