Montreal/Laval, QC, Canada
Cable-stayed bridge, 1.2 km (3,937 ft.) long - 12 spans
Concession Autoroute 25 S.E.C.
Fabrication of the steel bridge structure, including 197 girders for the cable-stayed section of the bridge, 8 box girders and 100 girders for the approach section of the bridge (15,000 tons)
Longest girder: 40 m (131 ft.)
The largest pieces are 3.8 m (12 ft.) high and 40 m (131 ft.) long, and weigh 80 tons
Multidirectional elastomeric pot bearings (PM) on piers 10 and 11 of the main span
Wind tongue lateral pinning systems
Assembly of 400 bracings (930 tons)
Goodco Z-Tech provided structural bearings and expansion joints for 10 bridges included in the Highway 25 Bridge project.
Construction of a steel cable-stayed bridge for the completion of Highway 25. The six-lane bridge across the Rivière des Prairies links Montreal to Laval. The main cable-stayed span is approximately 500 m (1,640 ft.) long, and the welded girder approach spans are approximately 680 m (2,231 ft.) long.
Canam-Bridges also fabricated 81 girders for three single-span overpasses for the same project (980 tons).