Logan Creek Bridge Replacement

The Logan Creek Suspension Bridge is located on the iconic West Coast Trail of Vancouver Island in Pacific Rim National Park. The project included the removal of the existing ladders, suspension bridge and construction of a new 112m suspension bridge. Robson worked with Parks Canada and the Pacheedaht First Nations to execute this project in a way to keep environmental impacts to a minimum.


The Logan Creek Suspension Bridge construction site was only accessible by helicopter and all materials had to be long lined to site. Robson set up a temporary wall tent camp and was responsible for all aspects of construction from site clearing, excavating, concrete pours with heavy lift helicopters, through to installation of the bridge components and naturalization of the area. 250,000 lbs of premixed concrete was flown into site for this project!

  • The suspension bridge spans over 112m long

  • It's the longest pedestrian suspension bridge on Vancouver Island

  • 250,000 lbs of concrete flown to site

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