Maroon Creek Pedestrian Bridge, Aspen, Colorado


  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Cable-Stayed Bridge

Project Summary


Steel Arch Supporting Steel Plate Girders

This pedestrian bridge has the second longest span in Colorado, after the Royal Gorge Bridge, spanning 400 ft over Maroon Creek. The steel superstructure is supported by a steel arch that was constructed using a cable stayed, cantilever erection method.

Pioneer Steel Erectors

Services Performed


  • Sequential erection analysis.
  • Development of erection manual.
  • Design of temporary stay cables and anchors.
  • Design of rigging for arch members.
  • Geometry Control.
  • Integrated working drawings.

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