Category: Bridges

Kidspace Children’s Museum: Replacement Climbing Nets

Kidspace children’s museum is situated beside the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. This highly regarded family destination has over 40 interactive exhibits and play experiences for everyone. Situated on what had been a horticultural center at Brookside Park, the museum opened its 3 acre campus in 2004. The museum focuses its developmental learning programs on… Read More »

Sesame Place, Where it’s Okay to Be a Kid Again

This past year Pucuda-Leading Edge revisited Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA. A number of years ago, Pucuda had manufactured and installed all the original climbing nets for the Monster Clubhouse. The clubhouse is a netted playscape featuring a climbing tower and a netted bridge. At this location, the netting product which was previously installed was… Read More »

China Finishes World’s 2nd Largest Suspension Bridge

The Golden Gate bridge and Brooklyn bridge may be famous because of their places in history, but as technological marvels, both structures are now dwarfed by the new bridge just recently built in China. The bridge is an astounding 1,332 feet tall, making it the second highest bridge in the world. The tallest bridge in… Read More »

Study: Many Deteriorating Bridges Go Unreported

An aging infrastructure of bridges and dams may be creating a public safety issue, according to the Association of State Dam Safety Officials. Bridges tend to fail after around 62 years, and they may begin losing their structure and stability as they age. Unfortunately, however, many damaged or deteriorated bridges are not reported to the… Read More »