Crosstown Walk Apartments Golf Cart Bridge – Brandon, FL

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Crosstown Walk Apartments Golf Cart Bridge - Brandon, FL | York Bridge Concepts

Crosstown Walk Apartments Project Overview

The Crosstown Walk Apartment community is moments away from the heart of Tampa, FL. Despite being located in a semi-urban environment in central Florida, this community was planned around a protected wetland. The Decero™ Design Team provided a multiple span golf cart bridge with an attached designated pedestrian walkway, providing a safe and environmentally sensitive crossing solution. Flanked with our Decero™ Scenic Design Series the guiderails feature a combination of wire mesh, custom post caps, and hearty horizontal accents rhythmically placed to mimick the segmented architecture. This 72 foot long by 19 foot wide bridge carries a 5 ton GVW over customized spans to connect Phase I and Phase II of this apartment community

Client Testimonial

“I have been accustomed to seeing the typical wood structure in the past, York bridge changed my mind and delivered big league with a beautiful wood bridge!  It is refreshing to see a company that is so committed to providing a bridge that is focused on longevity, not to mention the “one of a kind” look of our York Bridge.”
– John Heslup, Project Manager, Crosstown Walk Apartments

Specifications


  • Vehicular Width:
  • 13’ (12’ Clear)
  • Pedestrian Width:
  • 6’ (5’ Clear)
  • Length:
  • 72’-4”
  • Height:
  • 6' above grade
  • Capacity:
  • 5 Ton GVW
  • Construction:
  • Ground Up
  • Span Type:
  • Multiple Span
  • Span Lengths:
  • (1) 25’, (3) 10’, (1) 15’
  • Material:
  • CCA/CA-C Treated Southern Yellow Pine
  • Foundation:
  • Timber Piles & Abutments (Translucent Coated where exposed)
  • Stringers:
  • SYP RS Timber (Translucent Coated where exposed)
  • Deck System:
  • 1-½” Timber Deck
  • Handrail:
  • Decero™ Horizontal Rail Design Series
  • Crossing:
  • Small Creek
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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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