Cancer Survivors Park Boardwalk – Greenville, SC

York Bridge ConceptsBoardwalks, Pedestrian Bridges, Repetitive Span, South Carolina

Cancer Survivor's Park Timber Boardwalk - Greenville, SC | York Bridge Concepts - Timber Bridge Builders

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Cancer Survivors Project Overview

York Bridge Concepts™ has designed and built an exclusive Timber Pedestrian boardwalk, a masterpiece woven into the serene landscape for the Cancer Survivors Park. Winding through the woodlands with an integrated drop of over 90 feet in elevation, the boardwalk reaches fifteen feet at its highest point and contains Decero™ features such as an entry portal, effortless curves and the “Leap of Faith” overlook. Construction of the boardwalk was met with challenges, including extensive subsurface rock as well as building in an extremely sensitive landscape. YBC is honored to participate in the distinguished partnership through the completion of this pedestrian boardwalk that will be enjoyed for generations to come.

Client Testimonial

"What a stunning and beautiful elevated boardwalk for our Cancer Survivors Park! Despite the numerous challenges of the project - from building within a conservation easement to dealing with steep terrain - the York Bridge Concepts team worked with us to solve problems quickly and create a boardwalk that surpassed our expectations!"
- Diane Gluck, Co-Founder, Cancer Survivors Park Alliance

Specifications


  • Width:
  • 9’ (8’-6” Clear)
  • Length:
  • 1011’
  • Height:
  • 15' above grade
  • Capacity:
  • 100 PSF
  • Construction:
  • Deck Level
  • Span Type:
  • Multiple Span
  • Span Lengths:
  • (1) 25', (98) 10’
  • Material:
  • CCA/CA-C Treated Southern Yellow Pine
  • Foundation:
  • Timber Piles & Abutments (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
  • Stringers:
  • SYP S4S Timber Stringers (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
  • Pedestrian Deck System:
  • 1-½” Timber Deck
  • Handrail:
  • Decero™ Wire Rope Design Series
  • Crossing:
  • Ravine
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Planning Resources

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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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