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Curved Steel Aerial Tree Walk at Leach Botanical Gardens Creates Unique Architectural Feature

Curved Steel Aerial Tree Walk at Leach Botanical Gardens Creates Unique Architectural Feature

The Leach Botanical Garden in Portland, Oregon underwent a six year, $12.6 million dollar renovation complete with new garden space, walking paths, a unique curved steel Aerial Tree Walk, an arbor and a fireside terrace. The Oregonian featured an article titled "Leach Botanical Garden Unveils $12.6 Million Renovation, a Gift of Green Space for SE Portland."

Albina bent the following materials for the project:

3" X 2" X ¼" ANGLE T304L S/S
63 lengths rolled to various configurations and radii- all per customer supplied drawings.
Customer to trim and splice as required (Albina roll only).

W12 X 26# A588
24 lengths 40 – 50 ft long.
Rolled the easy way to various configurations and radii- all per customer supplied drawings.
Customer to trim and splice as required (Albina roll only).

FB ¼" X 4" A588
49 lengths x 20 ft
Rolled the easy way to various configurations and radii- all per customer supplied drawings.
Customer to trim and splice as required (Albina roll only).

Leach Botanical Gardens Aerial Walkway

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