OneC1TY Timber Boardwalk Project Overview
Located directly across from interstate I-440 and Charlotte Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee lies York Bridge Concept’s pedestrian boardwalk that has been integrated into OneC1TY’s new community. Utilizing YBC’s deck level construction, the boardwalk gracefully curves along the pond with timber piling penetrating the pond liner, installed in tandem with the pond liner subcontractor. This York Structure features a contemporary look and feel with architectural design elements throughout, such as the Decero™ Designed wire rope handrail system, beautiful curving and a covered Yoga pavilion that maximizes the functionality of the boardwalk.
"It was a great experience working with York Bridge Concepts on the OneC1TY project in Nashville, TN. Thorough, professional, and hard-working defines the York crews and staff. We will gladly recommend York to anyone as we can firmly stand behind YBC's craftsmanship and handiwork."
– Tony Simonetti, Project Manager, JE Dunn Construction
- 8’ (7’-4” Clear), 14’ (13’-4” Clear)
- 200’ (17’ center for wideout pavilion)
- 13' above grade
- 85 PSF
- Deck Level
- Span Type:
- Repetitive Span
- Span Lengths:
- CCA/CA-C Treated Southern Yellow Pine
- Timber Piles & Abutments (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
- SYP S4S Timber Stringers (Acrylic/Polymer Coated where exposed)
- Deck System:
- 1-½” Timber Deck
- Decero™ Picket & Wire Rope Design Series
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GENERIC SPAN drawing
VEHICULAR: Repetitive Span
VEHICULAR: HS 20
Generic Section View
VEHICULAR: Double Lane with Attached Walkway
Decking Material Options
VEHICULAR: Natural Wood or Anti-Skid IPE Hardwood
Railing Design Examples
Additional Design Elements
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