Pedestrian Bridges

 

Pedestrian bridges are often the centerpiece of a trail or development, hence aesthetics are often important considerations as well as structural integrity in their design and construction.  

  • Parks agencies wish to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for their visitors
  • Residential developers wish to create cost-effective pathways through their developments
  • Local governments wish to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for their residents
  • Individual landowners wish to provide cost-effective crossings for themselves and their families

Whatever your needs, Roseke Engineering Ltd. can provide you with the knowledge, expertise and cost effective design services to ensure your pedestrian bridge is safe and performs its necessary function.  We have designed pedestrian bridges for all levels of government ranging from Parks Canada down to provincial parks and local landowners.

Our services encompass the entire project life cycle of a pedestrian bridge project, from inspection and assessment through planning and construction.

  • Bridge Inspections
  • Bridge Planning and Assessment
  • Preliminary Engineering and Alternatives Analysis
  • Environmental Studies (fish, wildlife, etc.)
  • Detailed Design
  • Right-of-Way Acquisition
  • Environmental permit applications
  • Tender Preparation
  • Construction Supervision
  • Final Details

We are often the prime consultant for pedestrian projects for government agencies.  Hence, our clients expect good project management over and above the requisite technical knowledge of bridge design and construction.

Our bridge division has performed many pedestrian bridge projects and we would love to talk to you:

Bernie Roseke, P.Eng., PMP is the founder and president of Roseke Engineering Ltd.  He has 20 years experience in the design of pedestrian bridges as well as highway bridges, bridge sized culverts, and drainage structures, primarily for Counties, M.D.’s and Alberta Transportation.

Levi Ober, P.L.(Eng.) is our bridge manager and responsible for delivering bridge, culvert and erosion control projects on time and budget.  He has 14 years experience in the assessment, design and construction supervision experience on County, M.D. and Alberta Transportation bridge projects.  He has designed every type of standard bridge and bridge sized culvert, and he is a class B bridge inspector.

Riley Johnson, T.T. is our junior bridge technologist.  He has assisted with design and performed construction supervision services on numerous bridge projects, and his enthusiasm for bridge work is very high.

Please call us at (403)942-6170. We would love to speak with you.

 

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