Harrisburg Park Railroad Bridge
Harrisburg, NC United States | 2008
This bridge, made to allow ATVs to cross a small stream, is the first in its area to be made with hot-dip galvanized steel instead traditional wood, which can splinter and rot easily.
The complete bridge was galvanized, from the railings and main frame to the artistic panels. With the durable barrier and cathodic protection of the metallurgically bonded zinc coating, the bridge will easily withstand the corrosive effects of outdoor exposure to snow and rain. Additionally, the bridge will remain maintenance free as it is protected from corrosion for decades.
Bridge & Highway
Recreation & Entertainment
Hixton, WI United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Sustainability
The complete bridge, including railings, main frame, and artistic panels.
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