We’re excited to share the completed time-lapsed photography of our work on the Burgoyne Bridge project in St. Catharines, Ontario.
The Burgoyne Bridge is a 330 metre long, twin steel box girder, viaduct structure. A single 125 metre long structural steel arch, made up of six 85 ton sections, suspends the structure that spans Highway 406 and the Twelve Mile Creek, without the use of piers.
The arches were fabricated at our Stoney Creek plant, painted in our Princeton Facility, and raised into place in just under two weeks through a carefully executed construction plan.
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