The Mersey River Pedestrian Bridge project, located in the historic Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia, Canada, was successfully completed by Wagners CFT. The project presented unique challenges due to limited site access and the requirement of spanning 100 feet, making it the longest Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer (FRP) bridge in North America.
The primary goals of the project were to create a centrepiece for the park revitalization and select a sustainable building material that could withstand the environmental conditions. With over 10,000 annual visitors to the park, the bridge needed to be visually appealing and harmonise with the historical site. Wagners CFT’s design not only met these goals but exceeded expectations, providing an aesthetically pleasing solution.
The service, quality craftsmanship, and dedication to meeting our goals have truly set Wagners CFT apart as a reliable and innovative partner.
- Sustainable Trails
- Develop a centrepiece for the park revitalization at Kejimkujik National Park, which receives over 10,000 annual visitors.
- Select a sustainable building material that could withstand the environmental conditions.
- Emphasise the aesthetic appeal of the bridge, harmonising with the historical significance of the site.
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