Decks and Decking

New Elevate Capped Wood Composite Decking with Advanced Protection and Beauty
Decks and Decking

New Elevate Capped Wood Composite Decking with Advanced Protection and Beauty

Features strong, protective cap which shields each board from impact, corrosion and harsh weather. Available in lake fog and canoe colors for adding style and unmatched durability to any outdoor space. Elevate 5/4 deck boards are available in 12 and 16- ft. lengths in grooved profiles and 20-foot lengths with solid edge for deck stairs and picture framing and fascia boards in 12-foot lengths.

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AZEK® Deck Wins National Recognition from the North American Deck and Railing Association
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AZEK® Deck Wins National Recognition from the North American Deck and Railing Association

Washington-based Jason "Dr. Decks" Russell Awarded for a Unique, Curved Deck Designed with AZEK's App SKOKIE, Ill., Nov. 10, 2016 - The North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA) recently held its sixth annual National Deck Competition in Baltimore, Md. This year, Jason "Dr. Decks" Russell was recognized at the awards ceremony held at the Hard Rock Café on Thursday, October 6th for...

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National Park Looking for Long Lasting Bridge Deck Replacement Product Chooses FiberSPAN
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National Park Looking for Long Lasting Bridge Deck Replacement Product Chooses FiberSPAN

DAYTON, Ohio - The National Park Service got barely a decade of use out of the wood bridge deck installed on Hillside Pedestrian Bridge in Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley National Park before rotting timbers and corroding steel forced the federal agency to close the structure and look for a longer lasting solution. The Federal Highway Administration specified FRP material in design plans for the new...

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FiberSPAN Wins Bid over Fiberglass Wood Decking for Ottawa's Historic Minto Bridges East and Center
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FiberSPAN Wins Bid over Fiberglass Wood Decking for Ottawa's Historic Minto Bridges East and Center

DAYTON, Ohio –Â- When corrosion of the existing steel bridge deck grating supporting Ottawa, Canada’s historic Minto Bridges East and Center closed the spans to vehicular traffic, designers began looking for a durable, low-maintenance replacement. The truss bridges, built between 1900 and 1902, also needed a lightweight solution. Research led city engineers to choose a fiber reinforced...

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Wire Decking Increases Fire Prevention and Can Lower Insurance Rates
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Wire Decking Increases Fire Prevention and Can Lower Insurance Rates

With an increased emphasis on cleanliness and fire resistance, wire decking has emerged as the ultimate choice in all of your storing needs. In recent years, many municipalities are adopting and enforcing strict fire prevention codes in warehouses. Meaning, if you are caught off guard without suitable wire decking during an inspection, it can lead to closed facilities or fines until you have met...

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Power Engineering and Powerstrut's Heavy Duty Grip Strut Bridge Walkways Transform Unsafe Inspection Walkways into Sturdy Catwalks

Shrewsbury, MA - Power Engineering and Cooper B-Line are delivering its promise to supply inspectors a safer and more efficient approach to inspecting any bridge's underside. At hundreds of feet above rivers and lakes, these rickety walkways create a potentially dangerous situation not to mention an uneasy experience for inspection workers. Heavy Duty Grip Strut Bridge Walkways will solve...

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Bridge Deck/Rail Platform offers high-traffic area wear surface.
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Bridge Deck/Rail Platform offers high-traffic area wear surface.

FiberSPAN pedestrian bridge deck and rail platform products are available with Matacryl system, which combines quartz aggregate inÂ- methyl methacrylate polymer for increased durability and reduced roughness. Suitable for areas experiencing heavy use, Matacryl has ¼ in. wear surface that is UL tested for fire resistance. Product weighs 2 lb/ft²...

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FiberSPAN's Bridge System Connects Three Parks Giving Hikers Access to Trails
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FiberSPAN's Bridge System Connects Three Parks Giving Hikers Access to Trails

DAYTON, Ohio — In 2012 flooding and erosion prompted Ohio’s Beavercreek Township to close a bridge crossing that connects Rotary Park, Phillips Park and the Beavercreek Wetlands Nature Preserve. Green County park employees had pieced together the original bridge from used county highway bridge materials. The Township wanted something different and found they didn’t have to look further than...

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