Nature Bridges specializes in all types of timber construction. From pedestrian footbridge construction to vehicular bridges - from pavilions to gazebos - from fencing to equipment enclosures - from decks and docks to roadside curbs and guardrails, we can do it all.
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AWF Launches Alabama Nature Center Phase I
It's an exciting time to be part of AWF! We have briefly shared with you our vision for a world-class outdoor education facility at Lanark in previous issues of Alabama Wildlife. Two key steps were taken recently in our quest to make this dream a reality. On June 14, 2006, AWF launched Phase I of the Alabama Nature Center (ANC) by signing a $1.26 million trail and board-walk construction contract.
Rebuilding Boardwalks at Big Lagoon
The Gulf Coast continues to clean up in the wake of the last year's (and now this year's) hurricanes, and the recovery includes projects of almost every size. Some, like the work going on at the I-10 bridge over Pensacola Bay, are huge. Others are smaller - but each still brings its own set of challenges to the contractors who are doing the work.
Kayakers hit the beach at SummerCamp
Located in Franklin County on U.S. Highway 98 near the intersection of U.S. 319, the beach club includes a swimming pool, restaurant, property-sales center and a pier. The St. Joe Company has made memberships at the club available to those who own property in Tallahassee's SouthWood development.
Nature Bridges is part of the team awarded the "Best Design Award" from Ultra-Tec for a bridge installation in Panama City, FL, Rivercamp complex.
Award-winning cable railings are selected from submissions by architects, fabricators, contractors and others using Ultra-tec® mounting hardware. Railing in relation to its setting and quality of construction are primary considerations in selecting a railing for this special recognition. Read the article (PDF)
Lake Panasoffkee fishing bridge
Sumter County News
Nature Bridges built the entrance to the fishing bridge to enable people with physical disabilities to access the bridge.
When planning your next project, plan on Nature Bridges!
"I am thoroughly pleased with the bridge that your crew built in our Ebenezer Swamp. It's a work of art!"
T.M. (Mike) Hardig, Ph.D., Associate Professor
The University of Montevallo