Adagio on the Green Apartments Pedestrian Bridge – Mission Viejo, CA

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Adagio on the Green Project Overview

Adagio on the Green Apartments, located along Oso Parkway in Mission Viejo, California, features a new installment of a York Timber Pedestrian Bridge. With a warm color palette that complements this top of the line multi-family development, the 77’ long free span pedestrian bridge offers a unique crossing for residents and guests alike. The York Timber Bridge was designed to call Mission Viejo home and welcome all Adagio residents to enjoy a new path.

Client Testimonial

"I’ve never had to build a bridge on a project before and honestly wasn’t sure were to start. We did some internet research, asked around and found York. I was given a budget, turned them loose on a conceptual design. We received the city approvals and the final amount we contracted for with York was exactly what the budget was. The plans, the details, the follow up and the actual installation along with the return visit six months later was an absolute pleasure and effortless for our team. In our business of wood frame apartments we sometimes let 40-50 subcontracts and have 200 to 300 workers on site on a daily bases. Everyone is on top of each other, over budget, behind schedule and the quality is always a fight but in this case it was the opposite Again we are so pleased with the final outcome and look forward to doing it again."
– Barry Weber, VP, Wermers Companies

Planning Resources

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*Resources above may not be exact to the specifications for this bridge, but reflect our current updated standards.


  • Width:
  • 10’ (9’ Clear)
  • Length:
  • 77’
  • Height:
  • 20' above grade
  • Capacity:
  • 85 PSF
  • Construction:
  • Deck Level
  • Span Type:
  • Free Span
  • Span Lengths:
  • (18) 15'
  • Material:
  • ACZA Treated Douglas Fir Timbers
  • Foundation:
  • Timber Piles & Abutments (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
  • Stringers:
  • Industrial Grade Douglas Fir Glulam Stringers (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
  • Deck System:
  • 2-½” Timber Deck
  • Handrail:
  • Decero™ Architectural Picket Design Series
  • Crossing:
  • Creek
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