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 •  October 18

The most popular questions we receive during trade shows, lunch presentations or an individual meeting are: “How much does this boardwalk system cost?” and “What is a rough boardwalk cost estimate per linear foot?” This article will share preliminary information related to boardwalk construction costs. We hope this information will be helpful as...

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 •  September 19

When designing a pedestrian bridge that crosses a wetland, creek, or stream, designers are faced with a choice—should you specify a truss bridge or a boardwalk system? Taking it one step further, what if the section of the trail you’re designing for is located in a remote area? I heard this question from a designer recently and thought I’d...

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 •  August 27

PermaTrak is pleased to announce that two pedestrian bridges have been installed at Quarry Park, located in Winston-Salem, NC. The park A 40-foot PermaTrak bridge connects visitors to a nearby residential area, and across the park, a 50-foot bridge goes through an oak forest. Park visitors can traverse the 1.25-mile Waughtown Connector Greenway,...

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 •  August 9

We are excited to announce that Joplin’s lush green Mercy Park includes a 112 ft. long PermaTrak concrete boardwalk and observation deck as one of its amenities. The trapezoidal boardwalk takes park-goers up close to the park’s lake and over the water, encouraging fishing, bird watching, and general R&R. This passive park, built as a tranquil oasis...

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 •  August 2

The PermaTrak featured designer article series showcases top performing landscape architects and engineers who discuss their design perspective, current projects, challenges, and accomplishments. This month’s featured designer is Patrick Ptomey from MESA Design Group in their Dallas, TX office. Patrick is a landscape designer who works on a full...

PermaTrak is excited to announce that a 13 ft.9 in. wide, 140 ft. long elevated PermaTrak pedestrian bridge sitting above the historic Erie Canal is complete. Linking up with the original Erie Canal Towpath built in the 1820’s, the PermaTrak pedestrian bridge spans a breach in the towpath. It lies just over Wagers Pond, which connect to the Mohawk...

PermaTrak featured designer article series showcases top performing landscape architects and engineers who discuss their design perspective, current projects, challenges, and accomplishments. This month’s featured designer is Jonathan Campbell from Kimley-Horn in their Frisco, TX office. Jonathan is a landscape architect who works on a full range...