Laycock Park Pedestrian Bridge

Calgary, AB

This 37-meter Alaskan Yellow Cedar Glulam Bridge replaces a bridge that was partially washed away due to the 2013 floods. The bridge links the regional pathway to the west and the parking lot to the east.

The Laycock Pedestrian Bridge in Calgary, AB is a 37-meter Alaskan Yellow Cedar, flood resilient bridge that replaces a bridge damaged in the 2013 floods. Laycock Park is located along the Nose Creek regional pathway system in the Thorncliffe community. The bridge helps reconnect Calgary's north-south regional pathway & and creates neighbourhood access to the parking lot.

Architect: FAAS Studio Architect

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