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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 ...

Curved Steel Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge Along the South Bayfront
Curved Steel Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge Along the South Bayfront

Albina recently provided 127,000# of bent steel for a 230-foot long bicycle bridge along the South Bayfront in Emeryville, CA. Albina induction bent 15 lengths of TS 16" X 16" X .625" WALL A1085 A513 to 149 ft and 289 ft radii and 9 lengths of TS 20" X 12" X .625" WALL A1085 A513 induction bent the ...

What's Cool In Steel?: December Issue of Modern Steel Features Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge
What's Cool In Steel?: December Issue of Modern Steel Features Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge

What’s Cool In Steel? Modern Steel presents tons of fun projects showcasing the use of cool steel in the December Issue, including the Barbara Walker Pedestrian Bridge along Portland’s Wildwood Trail. The Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge is a two time CODA Award Winner. The bridge, designed by l...

National Steel Bridge Alliance Names the Williams Creek (Shoup) Bridge a Merit Award Winner
National Steel Bridge Alliance Names the Williams Creek (Shoup) Bridge a Merit Award Winner

Photo Credit: Linda Ulery

The Awards just keep on coming! The National Steel Bridge Alliance has awarded the Williams Creek Shoup Bridge in Salem, Idaho a Merit Award in the Medium Span bridges category. Albina was happy to be a part of the project and provided 145,000# of bent structural steel a...

Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge Wins Two International CODA Awards!
Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge Wins Two International CODA Awards!

The Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge, along the Wildwood Trail in Portland, Oregon, is the official winner of two prestigious CODA awards, organized by CODAworx, an online global design platform which celebrates the worlds best in public art. The footbridge won a People's Choice Award as voted o...

BARBARA WALKER CROSSING UP FOR INTERNATIONAL CODA AWARD
BARBARA WALKER CROSSING UP FOR INTERNATIONAL CODA AWARD

The Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge, along the Wildwood Trail in Portland, Oregon, is up for the International CODA Award for commissioned art around the world. Click to watch the YouTube Video featuring the bridge. The bridge, designed by local artist, Ed Carpenter, is 178’ long measured at th...

Curved Steel Boardwalk at Evelyn Schiffler Memorial Park
Curved Steel Boardwalk at Evelyn Schiffler Memorial Park

Albina bent some channel for a boardwalk at the Evelyn Schiffler Memorial Park in Beaverton, OR. In the very center of the park, a 2.4-acre wetland attracts native wildlife. It can be appreciated from two long stretches of boardwalk consisting of:
7,600# (18 lengths x 40 ft) of bent C6 X 10.5# A36
A...

Curved Steel at our Nation's Schools & Universities
Curved Steel at our Nation's Schools & Universities

Boy how the tide has turned! No longer do I hear, “I don’t want to go to school today!” Instead I hear, “I can’t wait until we get to go back to school!” Kids across the country are gaining a new appreciation for how important it is to physically be able to enter their school buildings to learn. W...

Curved Steel in our Parks & Recreational Facilities
Curved Steel in our Parks & Recreational Facilities

“We have to remember what’s important in life: friends, waffles and work. Or waffles, friends, work. But work has to come third.” Leslie Knope Parks & Recreation Quote Ha!

 

Todays Highlights: Curved Steel in our Parks & Recreational Facilities

 

Curved Steel Canopy at Dust Devil Stadium Pasco, WA
Curved Steel Canopy at Dust Devil Stadi...
Curved Steel in Bridge Construction
Curved Steel in Bridge Construction


“In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges and the foolish build dams.” -Nigerian Proverb
We are choosing build bridges, figuratively and literally.
Today’s Infrastructure Highlight: Curved Steel for Bridges

 

Wagon Creek Bridge
Wagon Creek Bridge Lake Siskiyou, CA.

 

Dry Creek Bridge
Dry Creek Bridge

 

Highway 36 Bridge
Highway...