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FabricatorCT&S MetalworksApplicationsLocationDallas, TX, US

Mockingbird Pedestrian Bridge

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In Dallas, Texas Mockingbird Pedestrian Bridge connects the White Rock and Katy Trails, running from Mockingbird Station to The Highland Dallas Hotel. The bridge spans Mockingbird Lane, a dangerous street for pedestrians, to give a safe way to cross the road as well as connect the trails.

Banker Wire’s M13Z-146 in stainless steel is used as railing and guards along the entire expanse of the bridge. M13Z-146 is an all purpose medium duty triple shute pattern available in all wire alloy types. The large percent open area of M13Z-146 allows for continuous sightlines, providing safety as a physical barrier where pedestrians can see around them.


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Banker Wire is the world's leading woven and welded wire mesh manufacturer for architectural and industrial applications. From intricate design highlights in architectural environments to large-scale industrial applications, the company's scalable operations ensure every mesh job is precisely manufactured according to the specifications of each order. Durable, sustainable, and available in thousands of patterns, wire mesh is the ideal medium to satisfy any project regardless of its function or aesthetic. Founded in 1896, Banker Wire's state-of-the-art facility in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, employs proprietary equipment and processes refined for over a century, bringing unmatched customization, variety, quality, and service to customers globally.

Banker Wire's M13Z-146 is an all-purpose woven wire mesh pattern who's large percent open area is well suited for the Mockingbird Bridge in Dallas, Texas.M13Z-146 is a sturdy and economical choice for railing and bridge enclosure of the Mockingbird Bridge in Dallas Texas.At night, lights shine on the Mockingbird Bridge, causing Banker Wire's M13Z-146 to blend in with the nighttime surrounds.The expansive Mockingbird Bridge, using Banker Wire's M13Z-146 in stainless steel, connects the White Rock and Katy Trails in Dallas, Texas.