Timber Bridge Design Build Process

Creating unique one-of-a-kind timber bridges from scratch

Bridge Design: Create a Concept

Our timber bridge design build process starts with evaluating your values and needs. First, we examine the amenities context, the site, and how you intend to use the bridge(s). Then, we produce a design intent customized to these elements. Our bridge designs provide our clients architecturally stunning profiles and fresh color selections, that are then fully engineered by a consulting structural engineer in your state. We pride ourselves in going the extra step in design. It is because of this dedication that helps to make us THE premier bridge builder in the industry.


Bridge Construction: Build On Site

Our construction process begins shortly after the design is finalized. First, our professional in-office construction team works to procure the materials, schedule our on-site construction, and coordinate with the client to meet their needs. Next, we mobilize one of our expert field teams to your site to construct your timber bridge. As an expert bridge builder, we make sure our bridges are built with precision craftsmanship, advanced problem solving skills, and first-class material selections, in addition to, adhering to strict quality control measures. As a result, we produce complete vehicular & pedestrian bridges, and boardwalks including solid substructure foundations and exquisite guide rails.


Bridge Protection & Maintenance

We highly recommend our York Timber Protective SystemTM as a vital component to our York Bridge ServicesTM to achieve the greatest return on investment in your timber bridge. We are the leading bridge builder in protection, because we constantly evolve our services, systems, and applications. Our goal is to maximize their positive effects on bridge life. We utilize specialized field team training to provide a superior application process. Due to this evolutionary strategy, we offer enhanced aesthetics that provide increased climate protection, reduced maintenance demands, and maximized longevity.


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