Loch Lloyd Vehicular Bridge – Cass County, MO

York Bridge ConceptsMissouri, Multiple Span, Vehicular Bridges

Loch Lloyd double vehicular timber bridge by York Bridge Concepts

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Loch Lloyd Project Overview

York Bridge Concepts™ has teamed with Fivestar Lifestyles to design & build a York Timber Vehicular bridge, spanning 31 feet wide by 118 feet long. Located in the Village of Loch Lloyd, this multiple span York Structure glides along the landscape, crossing the creek with a configuration of rails, posts – combined withYBC’s premium translucent oil coating – which provides a unique and natural look to the setting. The residents and guests of Loch Lloyd will assuredly enjoy their custom, one-of-a-kind York Timber Bridge for years to come!

Client Testimonial

"The bridge at Loch Lloyd is absolutely beautiful. It fits the essence of our community. With the rolling hills and surrounding landscape, it seems like the bridge has been here for 100 years."
– Chuck Campbell, President, Loch Lloyd Residential Real Estate, LLC

Planning Resources

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

Specifications


  • Vehicular Width:
  • 31’ (29’-5” Clear)
  • Pedestrian Width:
  • 7’ (6’-8” Clear)
  • Length:
  • 118’
  • Height:
  • 12' above grade
  • Capacity:
  • HS20-44 / 85 PSF
  • Construction:
  • Ground Up
  • Span Type:
  • Multiple Span
  • Span Lengths:
  • (1) 80', (2) 19’
  • Material:
  • ACZA Treated Douglas Fir & CCA Treated Southern Yellow Pine
  • Foundation:
  • Timber Piles (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed) & Abutments (Translucent Coated where exposed)
  • Stringers:
  • Douglas Fir Glulam Stringers with Transitions (Translucent Coated where exposed)
  • Vehicular Deck System:
  • 5 ½” Timber Deck
  • Pedestrian Deck System:
  • 1-½” Timber Deck
  • Guard Rail:
  • Decero™ Classic Design Series
  • Handrail:
  • Decero™ Horizontal Rail Design Series
  • Crossing:
  • River
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