Below we’ve accumulated a few shining examples of the structures we’ve helped create. Take a look at our different structures that are in some iconic locations throughout North America.

Pfeiffer Falls Pedestrian Trail Bridge, Big Sur, California

•70 ft. (21.3 m) x 7 ft. (2.1 m) pedestrian trail bridge

•Innovative installation methods due to the lack of vehicular access to the bridge site and a timber decking option for aesthetics

•The truss was delivered to a staging area about one mile from the site. Wagners staff worked closely with state parks construction crews to transport, splice, and set the truss using a highline cable system in the redwood trees.

Mersey River Pedestrian Bridge, Kejimikujik National Park, Nova Scotia, Canada

  • 100 ft. long (30.5 m) x 6 ft. wide (1.8 m) single-span pedestrian bridge
  • Bridge erected in logistically challenging area using highline system
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) News video for Kejimkujik National Park Video:

Pine Oaks Wetland Boardwalk, Ocala, Florida

• 1500 ft. (457.2 m) boardwalk with 2 viewing platforms

•The City of Ocala chose Wagners as their designer and supplier of this resilient, long-lived community asset that is highly corrosion resistant and UV resistant

•Time Lapse video from start to finish      

Lake Nasworthy Fishing Pier, San Angelo, Texas

  • Design and supply of 220 ft. (67.1 m) of an all FRP pier and shade structure in San Angelo, Texas.

New Oregon road Bridge, Erie County, New York

  • Erie County Public Works Department had completed significant maintenance on their bridges due to corrosion of the superstructure from de-icing salt
  • Wagners designed and manufactured prefabricated bridges panels constructed using a hybrid of FRP superstructure and concrete deck panels
  • The bridges were installed using minimal equipment and bridge panels installed in 31 days
  • Wagners CFT Bridges have been in place for 16 years with no maintenance required
  • The North Collins bridge were designed, manufactured, and installed under the FHWA Innovative Bridge Replacement and Construction Program

Castle Rock State Park Pedestrian Trail Bridge, Santa Cruz, California

  • 26 ft. (7.9 m) x 4 ft. (1.2 m) girder bridge with stacked 4x10 RHS mudsills
  • The parts and pieces were hiked in 2 miles
  • The mudsills provide anchor point for our girder bridges

Brittany Bay Park Viewing Platform, Miami Beach, Florida

•8 ft. (2.44 m) wide in front x 25 ft. (7.62 m) wide in the back x 30 ft. (9.14 m) long
•Miami Beach shoreline

Ernie Miller Nature Center Pedestrian Bridge, Olathe, Kansas

  • 80 ft. (24.4 m) long x 10 ft. (3 m) wide Pedestrian Bridge
  • H-10 vehicular loading

Tribble Mill Park Pedestrian Bridge, Lawrenceville, Georgia

  • 30 ft. (9.1 m) x 6 ft. (1.8 m) pedestrian bridge
  • Lightweight riveted truss bridge

Hagar Pedestrian Bridge, Boxborough, Massachusetts

• 30 ft. (9.1 m) x 5 ft. (1.5 m) Pedestrian Bridge