Pedestrian Railing for Lindsey Creek to Starvation Creek Trailhead in Oregon

Sonoqui Wash Steel Project
January 10, 2019
Huge sign structures with the Natina finish along Interstate 15 to downtown Las Vegas
Project Neon Sign Structures with Nevada Department of Transportation
December 14, 2018

Owner: Western Federal Lands Highway Division

Location: Oregon for Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail

Completion date: Fall of 2016

Details: Natina was part of the 1.32 miles of new Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail from Lindsey Creek to Starvation Creek Trailhead. We applied Natina to over two thousand liner feet of pedestrian railing along this scenic highway into our signature rustic brown. This new portion will help with future phases of the trail including a bridge for walking and biking for outdoor enthusiasts. Instead of seeing shiny metal, the railing blends in beautifully into the Oregon landscape. Natina's reactive treatment will last for years and will not fade, crack or peel. Connect with us to learn how Natina can help your project.