The contractor installed the US$800,000 pedestrian bridge over South Chickamauga Creek near Chattanooga, Tennessee in the USA in November last year. The 58m-long bridge was transported approximately 1.5km via barge from the manufacturer to the installation site where Barnhart used two 210-ton class cranes to lift the span and to set it in place.

The new bridge links the South Chickamauga Creek Greenway with the Tennessee Riverwalk and is part of a project to improve bicycle and pedestrian access to Chattanooga-area parks and greenways.