Completed Projects

Upper Momon River Lodge in the Peruvian Amazon walkway system was built in 1990. It consisted of two platforms connected by a forty foot bridge.

Hopkins Forest walkway system at Williams College in Massachusetts was built in 1991. It consists of two platforms connected by a bridge.
Hampshire College walkway system in Amherst, Massachusetts was built in 1992. It consists of two platforms connected by a bridge.
Coweeta Hydrological Lab walkway system in North Carolina was built in 1993.
JASON V Project walkway system at Blue Creek in Belize was built in 1994.
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Mountain Equestrian Trails Guest Lodge walkway system in Belize was built in 1994.
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Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Canopy Research Platform at MSBG in Sarasota, FL was built in 1994. It consists of a research and observation platform in the canopy of a live oak (Quercus virginiana).
Millbrook School, New York, has a walkway system built in 1995. An ecological research facility consisting of four platforms joined by SS cable walkways in the treetops 80 feet above the forest floor. Open year round for research and education.
Batuampar in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, has a walkway system built from January to March of 1998. It consists of five platforms connected by four bridges. Access and egress is by means of two independent wooden towers reaching 90 feet above the ground. The total length is 212.5 feet
The Tiputini Biodiversity Station canopy walkway system was built in August of 1998. It consists of five platforms connected by four bridges. The platforms and bridges range from 74 to 88 feet above the ground and the total length is 256 feet. The fifth tree also has a crow's nest accessible by a ladder and is 116 feet above the forest floor.

EcoTarium, Worcester, Massachusetts
(formerly the New England Science Center)

Designed to give visitors and future scientists the experience of seeing the forest from a different perspective - from the treetops! It consists of a tressel walkway, 3 cable bridges and 4 tree plaforms. It opened the Summer of 1999.

Myakka River State Park, Sarasota, Florida

Park guests will be able to appreciate the world that is normally out of reach above their heads. The system consists of two access towers connected by a suspension bridge through the Live Oak canopy. One of the towers tops out at 75 feet giving a spectacular view of the entire area. It opened to the public June of 2000.

Amazonia Expeditions in Amazonian Peru. A canopy traverse line system is accessed by a block and tackle rigged with a bosun's chair for easy access. Two platforms and four trees are accessed by the steel cable traverse system. The height ranges from 70 to 90 feet and the longest span is 90 feet. The first visitors to the canopy were in June of 2000.
Sewanee, The University of the South, was completed in 2002. This tree canopy research station is one of a handful of such facilities in the world. The resources, professors, and location make Sewanee a top choice for students interested in environmental studies.

InkaTerra's Reserva Amazonico Lodge on the Rio Madre de Dios in southern Peru. A preliminary site survey was made in August of 2000 to identify potential canopy access sites. The construction of two 90 ft towers, 8 platforms and 7 SS cable bridges was completed in 2004.


Lynches River
Lynches River County Park's Tree Top Canopy Walk was completed in February of 2008. You have a bird's eye view from the forest canopy as you traverse the Tree Top Canopy Walk extending from the platform at the rear of the building to a sturdy Willow Oak and continuing on to a majestic Cypress.
Lemur Conservation Foundation Platform 2
The Lemur Conservation Foundation now has two new observation platforms 30 ft high in live oaks trees at the preserve near Myakka City, Florida. A site visit was first made in 2011 to select the best trees for observing the arboreal lemurs. Both platforms were finish in ten days during January 2014.