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Montreal/Brossard, QC, Canada
2.1-mile (3.4 km) highway bridge (approaches: 1.7 miles (2.8 km)) and the Île-des-Soeurs Bridge, a 7 span bridge with a total length of 1,600 ft. (490 m).
Expected in 2018
Signature on the St. Lawrence Construction G.P.
International Bridge Technologies Canada
Fabrication of the steel superstructure for the approaches (44,000 tons) and fabrication of the Île-des-Soeurs Bridge (5,100 tons)
601 double box girders
160 plate girders
Longest girder: 116 ft. (35.4 m)
Heaviest girder: 85 tons
Construction of all 35 spans for the approaches to the new Champlain Bridge over the Saint Lawrence River between Île-des-Soeurs and Brossard, Quebec, and construction of the Île-des-Soeurs Bridge.
The bridge approaches comprise three separate decks: a middle deck reserved for public transit lanes that’s made of a single box girder and two other decks, one for each travel direction, that are each made of two box girders. Cover plates connecting the two girders and peripheral supporting elements complete these deck structures.
Elizabeth, NJ/Staten Island, NY, United States
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Tarrytown, NY, United States
New York State Thruway Authority