Brookview at Citrus Park Vehicular Bridges – Tampa, FL

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Brookhaven at Citrus Park Vehicular Bridges – Tampa, FL | York Bridge Concepts - Timber Bridge Builders


Brookview at Citrus Park Project Overview

The Brookview at Citrus Park Apartment Bridges service a bustling luxury multi-family community in the heart of Tampa, Florida. The distinguished trend setting architecture of the buildings and distinct color palette influenced the Decero™ Design Team’s vision of a vibrant color palette in rich orange, crisp blue, soft grey, and an earthy tan. Sharp gloss black post caps & hardware offset the tropical vibe with a touch of sophistication. The YBC Field Team completed these bridges to provide access to construction crews to finish the development without impact to the wetlands & creeks on site.

Client Testimonial

"Residents and guests are impressed with the superb design and superior execution of these York Bridges. They blend perfectly with the surrounding structures and apartment buildings, adding an aesthetic that we would not have seen with any other material."
– Thomas Wright, Development Construction Manager, Arlington Construction Services, LLC


  • Vehicular Width:
  • 30’ (28’ clear)
  • Pedestrian Width:
  • 6’ 2” (5’ clear)
  • Length:
  • 120’ & 150’
  • Height:
  • 11' above grade
  • Capacity:
  • HS 20-44 / 85 PSF
  • Construction:
  • Deck Level
  • Span Type:
  • Multiple Span
  • Span Lengths:
  • (2) 14’, (4) 15’, (1) 30’ (2) 14’, (5) 15’, (1) 45’
  • Material:
  • CCA/CA-C Treated Southern Yellow Pine
  • Foundation:
  • Timber Piles & Abutments (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
  • Stringers:
  • SYP Rough Sawn & Glulam Stringers (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
  • Vehicular Deck System:
  • 5-1/2” Timber Deck
  • Pedestrian Deck System:
  • 1-½” Timber Deck
  • Crossing:
  • Flood Plain
  • Guard Rail:
  • Decero™ Classic Design Series
  • Handrail:
  • Decero™ Scenic Wire Mesh Design Series
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*Resources above may not be exact to the specifications for this bridge, but reflect our current updated standards.

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