Structal-Bridges Projects Honored at the CISC-Quebec Awards of Excellence
October 17, 2013
Structal-Bridges received two awards in the Bridges Category at the 2013 Awards of Excellence gala that was held recently by the Quebec chapter of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC).
The first project to be recognized was the Deh Cho Bridge, a 3,428-ft (1,045 m) cable-stayed structure over the Mackenzie River in Fort Providence, in Canada’s Northwest Territories. Structal-Bridges fabricated 4,280 tons of steel components for this project.
The Beauharnois Canal Bridge, which was built in the scope of the Highway 30 completion project in Quebec, also received an award. Structal-Bridges supplied 17,000 tons of steel components for this project.
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