Friends Gwen Daubs, left, and Lois Lerum of Gig Harbor enjoy some talk while they walk the Cushman Trail. The phase three work done on the trail recently won the America Public Works Association’s Washington chapter’s Project of the Year Award. Daubs and Lerum raved about the trail and how much they enjoyed the natural beauty they saw as they strolled the path, which is made out of environmentally friendly pervious asphalt . The third phase of the trail was built from 96th Street to Burnham Drive and features a 1,300-foot-long pin-pile trestle bridge that was designed to minimized impacts on the wetland below.
Friends Gwen Daubs, left, and Lois Lerum of Gig Harbor enjoy some talk while they walk the Cushman Trail. The phase three work done on the trail recently won the America Public Works Association’s Washington chapter’s Project of the Year Award. Daubs and Lerum raved about the trail and how much they enjoyed the natural beauty they saw as they strolled the path, which is made out of environmentally friendly pervious asphalt . The third phase of the trail was built from 96th Street to Burnham Drive and features a 1,300-foot-long pin-pile trestle bridge that was designed to minimized impacts on the wetland below. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Friends Gwen Daubs, left, and Lois Lerum of Gig Harbor enjoy some talk while they walk the Cushman Trail. The phase three work done on the trail recently won the America Public Works Association’s Washington chapter’s Project of the Year Award. Daubs and Lerum raved about the trail and how much they enjoyed the natural beauty they saw as they strolled the path, which is made out of environmentally friendly pervious asphalt . The third phase of the trail was built from 96th Street to Burnham Drive and features a 1,300-foot-long pin-pile trestle bridge that was designed to minimized impacts on the wetland below. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

City wins award for work on Cushman Trail from American Public Works Association WA chapter

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