StructureCraft’s bridge over the Tulameen River shows how sturdy and flexible glulam can be

Located on the Trans-Canada Trail, this footbridge spans the Tulameen River at Princeton. The two new 105-feet timber bridge spans were set down onto the existing piers of the Old Kettle Valley Railway Bridge. The wood bridge deck is suspended by steel rods from twinned Glulam arches and is covered by an undulating steel roof deck on sawn timber purlins.



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