A Hat-Trick of Bridge Construction Awards for Abseil Access in 2022

Expanding the Network of Cycle Trails

A rustic suspension bridge with a wooden walkway traversing a rugged landscape, with a backdrop of a serene lake and mountainous terrain.

This nationally acclaimed award-winning bridge is just the beginning of a grander vision for Abseil Access. Over the next five years, the company aspires to construct numerous bridges as part of an extensive network of cycle trails around Queenstown and Central Otago. These new projects will further showcase the team’s unwavering commitment to quality, innovation, and value in bridge construction on a national scale.

Looking Ahead

As Abseil Access persistently gains nationwide recognition for its exceptional work, the company eagerly anticipates expanding its influence in the bridge construction industry. With each new project, Abseil Access will consistently deliver excellence and fortify its reputation as a leading provider of nationwide cost-effective and innovative bridge solutions.

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Found OUt More About Our Award Winning Designs:

An informative project sheet by Abseil Access detailing the construction of an 86m long suspension bridge, a central feature of the new Lake Dunstan Trail. The document includes the project's specifics, such as its location in Specularite gully along Lake Dunstan, completion in September 2020 for the Hugo Trust, and the bridge's design elements tailored for cyclists. It mentions the environmental integration, the high-load capacity anchors drilled into schist rock, and the use of weathering steel for durability. The sheet also highlights the project's success by noting the CCNZ National Category 1 Award won in 2022, accompanied by several images showing different phases of construction set against the rugged mountainous backdrop.
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