Category Archives: Projects

August 14, 2014

Structal-Bridges Lands Over $90M in Contracts in New York

Structal-Bridges Lands Over $90M in Contracts in New York

(SAINT-GEORGES, QC) – Structal-Bridges, a division of Canam Group Inc. (TSX : CAM), with US corporate office located in Point of Rocks, Maryland, has obtained two contracts totaling over $90M for the fabrication of the steel structures that will replace two major bridges in New York: the New NY Bridge Project to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River owned by the New York State Thruway Authority and the Goethals Bridge…

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June 19, 2014

A Structal-Bridges Project Wins an Award at the NSBA 2014 Prize Bridge Competition

A Structal-Bridges Project Wins an Award at the NSBA 2014 Prize Bridge Competition

The project to replace the access ramp over Interstate 95, undertaken in the scope of the rehabilitation of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge in New York City, received the Merit Award in the Medium Span category at the NSBA 2014 Prize Bridge Awards organized by the National Steel Bridge Alliance. Structal-Bridges supplied 20 box girders for this 659-ft. (201 meter) ramp that features five spans. The Alexander Hamilton Bridge, which crosses the Harlem River, links…

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February 26, 2014

Structal-Bridges Lands Two Projects with Distinctive Architectural Features

Structal-Bridges Lands Two Projects with Distinctive Architectural Features

Structal-Bridges, a division of Canam Group Inc., recently obtained two contracts totaling over $30M for projects in Ontario and Quebec. Architectural rendering of the Burgoyne Bridge Burgoyne Bridge The first contract is for the fabrication of steel components that will be used to replace the Burgoyne Bridge in St. Catharines, Ontario. This is a unique bridge as its structure is composed of box girders, the main span of which will be supported by a 410-ft. (125 m) arch…

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January 29, 2014

Extension of Highway 407: Goodco Z-Tech Lands a Major Contract

Extension of Highway 407: Goodco Z-Tech Lands a Major Contract

Goodco Z-Tech recently concluded an agreement with the 407 East Construction General Partnership, a public-private partnership (PPP), to design and fabricate over 1,900 structural bearings and more than 300 meters of expansion joints for 32 bridges that are being built in the scope of the Highway 407 extension project which is underway on the outskirts of Toronto, Ontario. All of the products will be designed and fabricated at the Canam Group plant…

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October 17, 2013

Structal-Bridges Projects Honored at the CISC-Quebec Awards of Excellence

Structal-Bridges Projects Honored at the CISC-Quebec Awards of Excellence

Structal-Bridges received two awards in the Bridges category at the 2013 Awards of Excellence gala that was held recently by the Quebec chapter of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC). Goodco Z-Tech General Manager Denis Fleurent and Structal-Bridges Vice President Robin Lapointe (third and fourth from left) accepted the awards on behalf of the company. Beauharnois Canal Bridge The first project to be recognized was the Deh Cho Bridge, a 3,428-ft. (1,045 m) cable-stayed structure…

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September 5, 2013

Structal-Bridges Lands Five Major Contracts in Canada and the United States

Structal-Bridges Lands Five Major Contracts in Canada and the United States

(SAINT-GEORGES, QC) – Structal-Bridges, a division of Canam Group Inc. (TSX: CAM), has been awarded five contracts totaling close to $33M for the rehabilitation or replacement of highway infrastructures in Canada and the United States. Structal-Bridges will fabricate 1,300 tons of steel components for the rehabilitation of the Highway 21 southbound viaduct and two access ramps in Newark, New Jersey. The Point of Rocks plant in Maryland has been mandated to fabricate the 48…

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August 22, 2013

Deh Cho Bridge: Structal-Bridges Recognized by the BC CISC

Deh Cho Bridge: Structal-Bridges Recognized by the BC CISC

Structal-Bridges received an award in the scope of the 2013 BC Steel Design Awards of Excellence that’s held each spring by the British Columbia chapter of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC). Structal-Bridges earned top honors in the Engineering category as the steel fabricator for the Deh Cho Bridge project in the Canadian Northwest Territories, a contract that was undertaken as part of a joint venture with Rapid-Span Structures Ltd.…

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July 19, 2013

Structal-Bridges Receives an Award from the Ontario Chapter of the CISC

Structal-Bridges Receives an Award from the Ontario Chapter of the CISC

Structal-Bridges was recently presented with an award in the scope of the 2013 CISC Ontario Steel Design Awards, an annual event hosted by its namesake, the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction. Structal-Bridges received the Award of Merit in the Engineering category as the steel fabricator and drafter of the Hogg’s Hollow Bridge redecking and widening project on Highway 401 in Toronto. Structal-Bridges supplied close to 1,200 steel girders totaling approximately 1,350 tons as well as…

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June 18, 2013

Deh Cho Bridge Wins an Award at the 2013 International Bridge Conference

Deh Cho Bridge Wins an Award at the 2013 International Bridge Conference

The Deh Cho Bridge, one of the longest continuous superstructures in the world, was awarded the prestigious Gustav Lindenthal Medal at the 2013 International Bridge Conference. Structal-Bridges fabricated 110 modified Warren girders for this one-kilometer-long cable-stayed bridge that’s located in Fort Providence in Canada’s Northwest Territories. The 4,200 tons of steel components were shipped by rail from the Canam Group plant in Quebec City, Quebec, to the bridge erection site over 5,000 kilometers away. The Deh…

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May 10, 2013

Largest Contract Ever at Goodco Z-Tech

Largest Contract Ever at Goodco Z-Tech

Goodco Z-Tech recently landed a contract to fabricate multiple expansion joints for the Northeast Anthony Henday Drive leg of the Edmonton Ring Road project that’s currently underway in Alberta. Architectural rendering of the Northeast Anthony Henday Drive project The company will supply approximately 1,000 meters of finger expansion joints and Series 1000 strip seal joints to the Flatiron-Dragados-Aecon-Lafarge Joint Venture for 46 bridge structures that are being built in the scope of this project. Last fall,…

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