Pedestrians

The design of our pedestrian bridges & walkways is almost infinite because each site is usually different from the last. Emerdyn has constructed Boardwalks that travel through bushland, over creeks and into ponds. This has also been the case with Pedestrian Bridges, using a wide range of materials. The trend these days is to use more composite materials than ever before, which has a major advantage of reducing the amount of deterioration with natural timber materials and lessens the amount of ongoing maintenance required.

A key function of the design intent when we consider a bridge or boardwalk is to ensure it looks like it belongs in the environment, rather than an afterthought. Choosing the appropriate materials is a fundamental characteristic of the design and should not be taken lightly. During the early stages of the design, the types of materials are investigated for their appropriateness, considering the adjoining elements such as salinity, and other maybe corrosive elements.

Typically, however we manufacture using hot dipped galvanised steel for the structural elements, stainless steel or steel balustrade with either natural timber or more frequently composite materials for the decking boards. We will customise your Pedestrian Foot Bridge and Boardwalk to suit your special needs.

Pedestrian Boardwalk

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Pedestrian Boardwalk at Bridgewater Estate Emerdyn is a supplier to local Councils, Developers, Architects and Landscapers.  Nowhere does Emerdyn come into its own more than when providing furniture, fittings and facilities to create truly inspiring community space within developments, estates […]

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Pedestrian Bridge

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Pedestrian Bridge at Bridgewater Estate Emerdyn is a supplier to local Councils, Developers, Architects and Landscapers.  Nowhere does Emerdyn come into its own more than when providing furniture, fittings and facilities to create truly inspiring community space within developments, estates […]

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