At HHO, we are committed to developing infrastructure in communities which will improve the quality of life for all. We understand that pedestrian bridges play an important role in the social fabric of communities and bringing people together safely.
We have extensive experience in designing award-winning, creative and aesthetically pleasing pedestrian bridges that fulfil a functional need while becoming landmarks in their own right. We work closely with architects, developers and clients to produce a wellthought-out solution where special attention is paid to form and function. Our design and analysis capabilities typically consider, inter alia, accessibility requirements, vibration and dynamic responses, durability, constructability and aesthetics.
Notable projects include the multi-award winning Tied-Arch Pedestrian Footbridge at Century City, as well as various prestressed concrete pedestrian bridges over the N2.
HHO designed and supervised the construction of a Structural Steel Tied Arch Pedestrian Bridge carrying people and services onto the Knightsbridge Island at Century City. The bridge won the 2007 SAICE award for Excellence in Engineering for the Western Cape.
HHO designed several pathways and timber pedestrian bridges around the Inthaka Island precinct in Century City for the Rabie Development company. These structures are designed in such a way to combine form and function, incorporating advanced structural design into the area’s rustic aesthetics.
The widening of Broadway Boulevard (R44) required the accommodation of pedestrian traffic onto two new pedestrian bridges over the N2. Aesthetically pleasing precast pre-tensioned beams were used with infill precast panels to allow easy construction over an operational freeway.