Fort Providence, NT, Canada
3,428-foot (1,045 m) cable-stayed highway bridge consisting of 9 spans
Ruskin Construction Ltd.
Infinity Engineering Group
Government of the Northwest Territories
Fabrication of the superstructure (4,285 tons)
110 modified Warren girders
Longest girder: 86.9 feet (26.5 m)
Heaviest girder: 48,800 lb.
Construction of a bridge linking the shores of the Mackenzie River in Fort Providence, Northwest Territories. The cable-assisted main span will allow for a navigation channel approximately 623 feet (190 m) wide.
All the girders fabricated for this project were shipped to the Quebec City plant and, from here, were shipped by rail over a distance of more than 3,107 miles (5,000 km).