Product of the Week: Steel cables give pedestrian bridge structure, high design

October 26, 2010 |

Sclater Partners Architects designed the 107-foot steel-framed Bellevue Skybridge, which provides access between the mixed-use Lincoln Square and Bellevue Square shopping centers in Bellevue, Wash., using Ronstan Tensile Architecture stainless steel cables because the project required materials that were modern in appearance but also strong and corrosion resistant.

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