The bridge has a clear width of 1883mm (6ft, 2in) between its handrails. Stylish picket aluminum fencing is 1070mm (42in) above the deck, running vertically along the bridge sides from floor decking upward, spaced closely together as a child safety feature. Stainless steel bridge anchors with 25mm (1in) threaded rods, fasteners, rivets, and screws secure the bridge onto its abutments.
The bridge''s dead load including decking is 7 925 kilograms (17,435 pounds). The pedestrian bridge''s aluminum structural components, chords, diagonals, transversals, stringers, handrails, aluminum fencing, and transition plates weigh 5 959 kilograms (13,110 lb) without decking, and 7 925 kilograms (17,435 pounds) with decking. MAADI Engineers designed thermal expansion joints at the bridge ends to enable the bridge to expand and contract up to 50.4mm (2in), allowing for a temperature gradient of 70 degrees, between -35°C and 35°C (-31°F to 95°F).
The bridge''s camber clears a 5M (16ft, 5in) height by 6M (19ft, 8in) width double line roadway used for maintenance and vehicles that enter the stadium field for parades and special events. The bridge''s walking surface has a mean grade of 8 percent, varying from end to end to accommodate the vertical clearance needed for the roadway path below. The bridge handles light maintenance vehicles that, when fully loaded, weigh approximately 1 000kg (2,240 lb) each. The TD Place Bridge was installed by 4 workmen and one crane operator in just 6 hours using a 110-ton capacity crane. For more information, please visit www.maadigroup.com, or contact Alex: firstname.lastname@example.org and view the TD Place Bridge Video!