Lévis, QC, Canada
232-m (761 ft.), three-lane delta-leg highway bridge
Consortium SNC Lavalin/Cima+
Quebec Ministry of Transportation
Including 36 girders and eight delta-legs
Longest girder: 39.6 m (130 ft.)
Each delta-leg measures 40 m (131 ft.) and weighs 125 tons
All steel components were metallized
Eight elastomeric pot bearings: four multidirectional (PM) and four multidirectional with uplift restraint devices (PMU)
Eight self-lubricating bronze spherical bearings (installed beneath the delta-legs)
Two LG-3 modular expansion joints with three seals (44.3 m/145 ft. total)
Rehabilitation and expansion to four lanes of the Dominion Bridge, which straddles the Chaudière River near the Quebec City Bridge on Highway 132 in Lévis.
View of a 360° interactive photo of the Dominion Bridge
Erection of large-scale girders over the Chaudière River canyon at an altitude of 53 m (174 ft.) in close proximity to the CN railway bridge.