St. Catharines, ON, Canada
1,090-ft. (333-m) highway bridge (7 spans)
Expected in 2016
The Regional Municipality of Niagara
Fabrication of the bridge steel superstructure (2,830 tons)
32 box girders
Longest girder: 84 ft. (25.5 m)
Girder weight: between 50 and 80 tons
44 pot bearings
4 LG-3 type modular expansion joints
Replacement of the Burgoyne Bridge over Highway 406 and Twelve Mile Creek Park in St. Catharines, Ontario.
This is a unique bridge as its structure is composed of box girders, the main span of which is supported by a 410-ft. (125 m) arch fabricated from tubular sections.
CISC-Ontario Steel Design Awards of Excellence – “Bridges” Category
Pembroke, ON/Allumettes Island, QC, Canada
Public Works and Government Services Canada