Project completion: FRP pedestrian bridge at Erina, NSW

FRP pedestrian bridge over shopping centre driveway.

Moodie Outdoor Products has recently completed the supply and installation of an FRP (Fibreglass Reinforced Polymer) pedestrian bridge in Erina, NSW. The single span bridge is 9m long with 2.5m clear width between handrails, and engineered to 4kPa.

Bridge was entirely constructed from FRP components and floor panels. SecureMax mesh added to internal walls.

The bridge was assembled on site from a flat-pack, and then craned into position. SecureMax mesh panels were installed for maximum protection of pedestrians.

Read our blog article about the benefits of using FRP materials.

Installation was conducted at night after the shopping centre had closed and utilised a large crane to lift the FRP bridge into position.
Installed FRP pedestrian bridge with SecureMax mesh panels after final installation

Contact us to discuss your next custom pedestrian bridge project using FRP or steel materials.

by Neal Moodie