This is a blog for people interested in pedestrian bridges and marine access structures, such as docks, piers and gangways. Civil, mechanical, structural and environmental engineers are welcome here. We hope purchasing specialists, park officials, marina and golf course managers, and landscape architects will hang out with us, too. Sorry, we have little to offer chemists, statisticians and pilots!
We design and manufacture bridges, docks and gangways. Our material of choice is aluminum. Not steel, concrete, wood, plastic, or Bondo—at GatorDocks and GatorBridges, aluminum is king!
Why is aluminum the best building material for pedestrian bridges and marine access structures? Here’s a snapshot of aluminum’s key advantages:
Watch this blog if you’re looking for ideas on how to capture all the performance advantages of aluminum. No BS, no brochure copy, no simultaneous equations. Rather, we’ll try to intrigue you with sound reasoning and real-world cases of how aluminum makes good business sense—written for engineers, executives, and the organizations you serve.
We’ll try to leave you with a smile. You might be an engineer if: