Connecting local communities, preserving local habitats

Pedestrian bridges, boardwalks, cycle paths and public walkways are vital community connectors. For over 50 years, we’ve been delivering robust and environmentally-sensitive pedestrian access structures for local councils and clients across Australia

Custom Build

Your unique project vision deserves a unique Access solution. To do it, we’ll collaborate with you and your design team at every stage to create, and deliver, fully customised structures to match your site, concept and budget.

Standard Products

With decades of successful pedestrian access projects behind us, we have an extensive catalogue of cost-efficient solutions and systems. Built around standard base designs and materials, there’s also flexibility to add customised touches to suit the specific needs of your project.

Our Point of Difference

There’s a good reason why Fleetwood Urban continues to be one of Australia’s leading providers of quality Access structures. Four, in fact.

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Excellence

Proven ability to deliver in hard-to-access locations and narrow construction corridors.

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Innovation

Creative design and delivery approaches to identify the very best solutions, even on complex sites.

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Footprint

High quality, low impact designs that are robust, durable, low maintenance and ecologically sensitive.

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Options

Choose from pre-engineered systems or one-off tailored designs to suit your project, site, and budget.

Projects

Adelaide Zoo Nature's Playground

Connecting children to nature through play, regardless of age or ability

Aurora Entry Park

Safe and sustainable access for a secluded Sydney beachfront

Ballast Point Park

Custom bridge modifications deliver the perfect community connection

Barangaroo Northern Cove

A steep challenge delivers a great outcome

Bilgola Beach

Safe and sustainable access for a secluded Sydney beachfront

Bim'bimba Park

Creating a striking new shelter in a master-planned community parkland

Latest News & Articles

Unpacking the Bridge Code: The Engineer’s Perspective

Discussing the scope – and limitations – of the Bridge Code with Liam Sacco, Principal Structural Engineer with global infrastructure provider, Cardno.

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Cracking the Code

Each year in Australia, countless pedestrian structures are built unnecessarily – and expensively – to the full structural specifications of the Bridge Code, AS 5100. With a viable ...

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Central Coast meets Central Europe at Tuggerah Lake

How a visit to the south of Germany inspired two elegant community bridges along the Tuggerah Lake Cycleway.

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