Back in Florida, the SORBA-Jax crew has built 4 bridges in the Nocatee Preserve to support the new trail system under development there. This bridge building project makes the final connections for the first 4 mile or so loop at the park. Each bridge is about 20 feet long, is built puncheon style using phone poles and pressure treated 2x6's and each crosses a drainage ditch roughly 4-5 feet deep and typically filled with water. The approaches and transitions from trail to bridge are not complete in these pictures, but you get the idea.
For more information, contact SORBA-Jax!