Location: San Diego, CA
Owner: City of San Diego
- American Public Works Association (APWA) – “Project of the Year” (San Diego and Imperial Valley Chapter)
- Engineering News Record (ENR) – California “Best Projects – Best Transportation Project”
- Association of General Contractors (AGC) of California – “Excellence in Project Management – Projects $10 million or below” finalist
The Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge is a 550-ft long self-anchored suspension bridge with an inclined 131-ft tall support pylon. The landmark structure acts as the gateway to the city and as an icon of the revitalized downtown area of San Diego. The stylized bridge appears to sail into San Diego’s skyline as it unites downtown’s urban core. This $22.5M bridge is one of the longest self-anchored suspension pedestrian bridges in the United States.