Montacier was requested to replace the old Wellington street tunnel with a new road bridge over the Lachine Canal.
This project involved erecting four series of parallel steel tubs to support the concrete bridge deck.
Montacier had to use two cranes for the job, because the parts were too heavy and the operating radius too wide for a single machine. To reduce the operating radius, we also had to build a small peninsula for the crane. It was very important to coordinate the movements of both cranes to avoid collisions.
To build a road bridge over the Lachine Canal
DJL & Structural