Construction time and cost were reduced by using precast concrete to create an elegantly proportioned and detailed entrance bridge for an upscale Florida subdivision. The 90-foot-long structure crosses a connection between two man-made lakes at Pelican Bay Unit Ten of Bay Colony Shores in Collier County, Florida. Eighteen precast three-sided sections, designed as rigid frames, were set in place on precast footings in a single day. Architectural precast trim elements included a fascia curb, balustrade railing, light posts, and edge moldings. The Pelican Bay Bridge won the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) professional design awards competition for bridges with spans up to 65 feet.