Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.

Tampa International Airport Pedestrian Bridges

This project, located at Tampa International Airport, consists of a pair of identical, reinforced concrete pedestrian bridges connecting the fourth floor of the long-term parking garage and the transfer level of the landside terminal building. Each bridge is 1,160 square feet and 148 feet long and is supported by a 40 inch by 60 inch concrete columns and each column is founded on a pair of 30 inch diameter drilled piers. The bridge floor is supported by a 60 inch by 60 inch central beam with a floor slab cantilevered on each side. The maximum span is 60 feet from center to center of the columns and has a cantilever of 30 feet. The roof system consists of structural steel supported by concrete columns. Threshold inspection services were also provided.