Photographer: Michael Tamburello
Submitted By: Julian Fentress, Marketing Director,
Fentress Architects, Denver

Denver’s Fentress Architects recently won an American Architecture Award for the firm’s design of the Lincoln Avenue Pedestrian Bridge in Lone Tree, Colo. The 170-ft-long, asymmetric cable-stayed structure extends across Lone Tree’s busiest street, Lincoln Avenue, where more than 90,000 cars travel daily. The bridge’s main pylon, created in the shape of a leaf with a three-dimensional lattice truss, rises 100 ft above the road. Fentress worked with engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti and contractor Hamon Infrastructure, among others, on the project.