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Three contracts for Structal-Bridges

In total, the contracts for steel structures for bridges will total $50 million


August 7, 2012
by Purchasing b2b staff

QUEBEC CITY: Structal-Bridges has secured three contracts totaling close to $50M for the fabrication of the steel structures of bridges in Notre-Dame-des-Pins and Lévis, in Quebec, and Edmonton. Structal-Bridges was awarded this contract under a joint venture with Rapid-Span Structures Ltd. The project calls for the fabrication of 14 steel highway bridges, including two 322m structures across the North Saskatchewan River. The components supplied by Structal-Bridges will be fabricated at the Quebec City plant starting in December 2012 with deliveries beginning in spring 2013.

The Gilbert River Bridge is a 326m structure in Notre-Dame-des-Pins, Quebec. The agreement includes the fabrication and installation of 88 steel girders. The components will be fabricated in Quebec City in spring 2013 and deliveries are slated to begin towards the end of the year. Structal-Bridges will also fabricate the steel components for a second bridge measuring 41m as well as for a footbridge.Highway 20/73 Interchange

The third project requires the fabrication of 66 steel girders for the reconstruction of the Highway 20 overpass at the exit of the Pierre-Laporte Bridge in Lévis. The girders will be metalized and painted at the Quebec City plant. Goodco Z-Tech also will supply 24 structural bearings, 18 seismic isolation bearings and 2 expansion joints for the project.