At Areté Structures, our two signature bridge designs, favored for boardwalk applications, are the truss bridge and the I-beam stringer bridge. Both can be economically tailored for boardwalk aesthetics using fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) material. For more details on our boardwalk-friendly bridge designs and the advantages of FRP, please continue reading below.



Our Boardwalks are easy to assemble and engineered by a licensed engineer. Our standard maximum span is 24-feet between supports. We claim a 100-year life for our FRP Boardwalks.


If you need a bridge to fill a long-range area, our truss bridge design is the most cost-effective option. 


If you need a bridge to span a short distance, then our I-beam stringer bridge design is an economical option for you.

FRP Bridge Material Option

FRP is a bridge material option that works well for hard-to-reach areas. Additionally, it’s lightweight, requires minimal maintenance, and has a long lifespan. Learn more about the FRP bridge material option here.