HMT engineered the perfect large crowd people mover over the Comal River in New Braunfels Texas. HMT's solution was a 12 ft. wide, 110 ft. long themed truss bridge. This bridge offered the durability and safety needed to move large crowds to parts of the Wurstfest grounds never reached before, including never seen before views of the waterfall.
This bridge was also designed to play a role in the City of New Braunfels long-term hike & bike trail eventually providing pedestrian access from Loop 337 to the Garden Street Bridge. Along this path, pedestrians can enjoy the Dry Comal Creek, Comal River and Schlitterbahn.
Wurstfest Pedestrian, Hike, and Bike Trail & Bridge, New Braunfels
Project Cost: $150,000
Project Duration: 12 months