Footbridge in Waterloo on Weasyfix foundation screws
Look at this beautiful footbridge without concrete foundations, created with the aid of Weasyfix foundation screws.
Based in Waterloo in Belgium, the project highlights the ability of the concept to adapt to an untamed environment without the need for time-consuming earthworks that disturb the wildlife & flora.
We take you through the various main steps of the project involved in creating this footbridge without concrete foundations.
Positioning and levelling the load-bearing structure on Weasyfix foundation screws with the aid of the WOOD BASIC® (C2) connector.
The connectors are used to correct the height of the screws, align them and install some of them in a non-vertical position.
Fastening hand rails along the footbridge without concrete foundations.
All that remains is to admire the view!
Thanks to solutions developed by Weasyfix, the footbridge was installed in a fast and aesthetic way!
Weasyfix provides advice
A2 stainless steel connector specific for wooden and composite structures, adjustable in 3 axes: height, horizontal position and vertical position.
Foundation screw, length 1,250 mm. With an M16 thread in the centre of the head for attaching connectors.
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