Located in Chicago, Illinois, Lincoln Park Zoo provides a free and family-oriented wildlife experience that focuses on animal care, education, science and conservation. Offering insight into the lives of nearly 200 species, the 49-acre Lincoln Park Zoo is dedicated to inspiring communities to create environments where wildlife can thrive in…
Looking to replace or build a new fencing system? See how Bedford Technology’s structural recycled plastic lumber worked for Griffith Park in California.
Looking for a complete boardwalk solution? See how Assabet River Rail Trail used structural recycled plastic lumber for their new boardwalk.
In 2013, one of the bridges along State Road 415 (SR-415), was in desperate need of reconstruction due to degradation. The bridge protection system located in the waterway underneath the bridge was completely degraded and broken down. A new, durable solution was needed for the bridge reconstruction.
After earthquake damage deemed the South Park Bridge in King County unsafe, it needed to be entirely rebuilt. The King County engineers looked to SeaTimber® by Bedford Technology to reconstruct the bridge pier fendering system. This product was attractive to engineers because it is manufactured in the United States and is made of recycled plastic.
An outdoor dining area was added to the Indian Creek Yacht & Country Club, where guests can enjoy the views of the Chesapeake Bay area, using plastic lumber. This project is a great example of how using plastic lumber can drive profitability and serve as a long-term structural product.
The Santa Cruz Harbor is a full-service marina in mooring and berthing. This bustling harbor has charters offering sailing, fishing, whale watching, eco-tours, kayaking and more. With many activities out of the water as well, including restaurants, an RV park, beaches and retail shops, the Santa Cruz Harbor is a…
In search of a low-maintenance and cost effective solution for your marine projects? See how SeaPile® by Bedford Technology worked for the Port of New Orleans.