Commercial Aluminum Bridge and Pier Manufacturer

BoardSafe manufacturers custom and standard sizes of commercial aluminum bridges and piers. These applications are used often at rivers, lakes, marshes, and other marine areas. The aluminum bridges and aluminum piers are specifically designed and manufactured to not only comply with construction standards but also offer ADA features for accessibility and greater functionality. The highest quality products are used to ensure durability and safety. This includes marine grade 6160 aluminum, proprietary extruded aluminum frame, and synthetic lumber featuring Timberstrong hidden fastening system.



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Cleveland Rowing Center features BoardSafe Aluminum Floating Docks

BoardSafe, contracted by RowAmerica, was the manufacturer selected to build the longest rowing docks in the world in Cleveland (see web site). 

The Foundry is not only a rowing center but also a hub for sailing and fitness training specializing in youth and young adults. The new $9 million dollar development project is located on the Columbus Road Peninsula in the center of Cleveland, Ohio. The Foundry is situated in an up-and-coming neighborhood rapidly changing from exclusively industrial with the occasional retail space, to a truly mixed-use area.

The Cleveland Rowing Foundation (CRF) owns and operates the property and facilities at Rivergate Park for the benefit of our member organizations, programs, and the Cleveland community. CRF hosts over 1,500 high school, collegiate and adult athletes on the banks of the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland.
Cleveland Rowing Center

At The Foundry you will find a boathouse with event rooms, a fitness center and boat storage. Outside along the Cuyahoga River bank is 520 lineal feet of rowing and launch docks, gangway ramps, steel platforms, and anchor piles. BoardSafe designed and manufactured the aluminum floating docks for the rowing center as well as the aluminum gangways and marina accessories. The Foundry was impressed with the quality of the river center stating that the docks were "best in class rowing docks".

BoardSafe is a leading manufacturer of aluminum floating docks, gangways, piers and other applications for rowing centers. BoardSafe is dedicated to providing the best access to waterways possible for all athletes, including older athletes and those who may be disabled like veterans and adaptive athletes. In addition to working on rowing centers for nonprofits, prep schools and universities on the East Coast like Conshohocken Rowing, Temple University Rowing, several rowing centers at Boathouse Row (Philadelphia), Camden Rowing Center, and others, BoardSafe has also developed the high quality ADA accessible kayak boat launch for adaptive paddlers and para-rowers.

Learn more about BoardSafe on their web site. If you are interested in developing or renovating a rowing center then call Board Safe to discuss your project at 610-899-0286.

BoardSafe's Scott Tihansky to Speak at SOBA Conference

President of BoardSafe Scott Tihansky will present the BoardSafe project at Leaser Lake that included an ADA fishing pier, adaptive kayak launch and aluminum bridge at the national conference for the States Organization for Boating Access (SOBA). The event will run October 10 through October 13, 2016 in Chattanooga Tennessee and will feature an expo, networking and expert speakers on a number of important products, services, advocacy and related topics to improve ADA and other access at marinas, parks, and access areas for boating.

The project at Leaser Lake was an overwhelming success and saw the creation of a Team River Runner chapter in the spring of 2016. The state-of-the-art facility featured products manufactured by BoardSafe but it is particularly successful due to the participation of the many people involved in the creation of the accessible park. The groups included nonprofits like the Center for Independent Living and local Lions Clubs as well as the Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation and businesses, adaptive athletes, and others. The park continues to draw adaptive athletes, their families and volunteers to the lake in droves. "Its been a wonderful thing to watch how this facility brought together many people in the community and how it is now a source of pride for the area. To see the smiles on the paddlers faces is fulfilling," says Tihansky. He will tell the story about how the accessible park project came to fruition and what its done for the community.

Leaser Lake Bridge Completes Walking Path Around Lake

Since the construction of Leaser Lake in 1971, Pennsylvania residents have enjoyed activities at the lake; fishing, boating, and hiking. For the first time visitors will be able to walk completely around the lake with the installation of a footbridge. The bridge, built of commercial grade aluminum and manufactured by BoardSafe, goes over the dam at the lake and connects the nature trail on both sides. Prior to the installation of the footbridge there was no continuous walking trail around the 117 acre lake. The bridge is one of the last installations of a renovation project crafted by the Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation.


The project highlights include an ADA accessible park, paved natural trail, ADA / adaptive fishing pier, ADA adaptive kayak boat launch, and accessible picnic tables.

The completion of the foot bridge comes just in time for Lehigh Valley residents to walk around the lake and enjoy the warm fall summer and vibrant foliage

This 540 acre park is owned in part by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and in part by Lehigh County.

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