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Case Study: Gilbert River Bridge

Case Study: Gilbert River Bridge

Built in the scope of the Highway 73 extension project in the Beauce region, the Gilbert River Bridge is a 1,070-ft. (326-meter) structure that was erected 170 feet (52 meters) over the Gilbert River and 34th Street in Notre-Dame-des-Pins, Quebec. The new bridge features eight lines of 11 girders, with each component measuring 11 feet (3.4 meters) tall and weighing up to 48 tons apiece. Canam-Bridges supplied 4,550 tons of steel components in addition to

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