The signage is a bit “off”, They should have left tabs to hold the interior portions of certain letters, like in a ‘stencil font’. It was done on a waterjet for sure, a CNC machine running a blend of garnet and water at around 60,000 psi, it can punch thru anything. Darn things use like a 50 HP electric motor to generate the force!!
Anyway, the bridge looks great.
Nice bridge. Is this bridge replacing an older one or is it the first pedestrian bridge at this location?
We are having a Santiago Calatrava pedestrian/cyclist bridge built here in Calgary.
I’ve rarely seen a bigger uproar from the public who think the $25 million should have been spent on more roadways.