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Its cranes and steel rise and rise as the company itself has risen out of Eastern Canada to the entirety of that nation and another for 55 years. Structal-Bridges, the largest steel bridge manufacturer in Canada and a key player in the United States, specializes in the design, fabrication and erection of bridges as well as Goodco Z-Tech structural bearings and expansion joints. Structal executes all types of projects for general contractors in the civil engineering sector, provincial and state departments of transportation, railway companies and forestry businesses. Due to its modern facilities, high production capacity and
team of seasoned professionals, Structal completes an average of 100 projects per year. Structal-Bridges has been in operation since 1956 and a division of Canam Group since 1998, and currently employs close to 500 employees. Canadian Leader, New England Staple Structal-Bridges was founded 55 years ago in Quebec but the reach of its steel extends across the North American continent, continuing to put its mark on some of the most interesting bridge projects in two countries; throughout New England, from New Hampshire to Connecticut to Pawtucket, R.I., and through the whole of Canada. Structal-Bridges is based on its employees’ expertise and supported by a well-established international company, see BriDgEs page 4
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Exceptional Service Helps 55-Year-Old Company Succeed Canam Group
Canam Group is one of the largest fabricators of construction products in North America and completes an average of 12,000 construction project a year. The company operates 25 manufacturing plants and engineering offices in Canada, the United States, Romania, India and China, and has partnerships with companies in several other countries. Canam Group employs more than 3,000 people. The company head office is located in St. Georges, Quebec. For more information, visit www.canamgroup.ws. BRIDGES from page 1
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Canam Group. Structal offers exceptional service and respects its commitments. How so? Here are just a few examples, as told by Robin Lapointe, vice president at Structal-Bridges. • “A Saturday in February 2004, a Canadian National Railway Company [CN] train was derailed in Montmagny, Quebec, resulting in a broken bridge. The interruption of rail from east to west is significant money for CN,” said Lapointe. “The same day, they contacted Structal to plan the construction of a new permanent railway bridge. On the Monday following the derailment, Structal began to fabricate steel deck plate girders that were used in the construction of five railway spans. The train was back on track after only three weeks. CN was very satisfied and thanks to the trust relationship [now] well-established, the company provided several railway bridge projects to Structal-Bridges.” • One of the major projects Structal has been involved in was the replacement of 14 overpasses along Interstate 93 in Medford, Mass. “This presented an enormous challenge for the StructalBridges team. This contract included the fabrication of steel components as part of the I-93 Fast 14 Bridge Replacement Project. From the signature of the contract to the delivery of the components, the project was executed within a tight deadline of under six months. At its beginning in 1956, Structal only served eastern Canada. Since its acquisition by Canam Group in 1998, Structal serves all of Canada. Since then, Structal has added to its product line complementary products such as structural bearings and expansion joints from Goodco Z-Tech, as well as design and bridge installation services when required. In addition, the Claremont, New Hampshire, and Point of Rocks, Maryland, plants provide a presence in the Northeastern United States.” Structal’s founding in 1956 was just the beginning. Over the past half century, the company has grown, founded and acquired, merged and expanded. The Quebec City StructalBridges plant — which has a total surface area of 195,000 sq. ft. (18,115 sq m) — is equipped with a lift capacity of 135 tons (122 t) and has an annual production capacity of up to 25,000 tons (22,679 t), one of the highest in Canada. Historical Background In 2003, Structal secured the biggest contract in its history for the fabrication and erection of steel girders to be used in the construction of two 1,200-ft. (365 m) bridges over the see BRIDGES page 12
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The New Hampshire State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Sullivan Projects: Charlestown X-A001(033), 15912 and Langdon X-A001(035), 15914. Scope of Work: Bridge painting. Location: N/A Contractors and Bid Amounts: • The Aulson Company LLC — $216,975 • TSI (Tri-State Painting Inc.) — $233,600 • Modern Protestive Coatings Inc. — $234,600 • Amstar of Western New York Inc. — $276,000 • Gemstone LLC d/b/a: Gemstone Painting — $324,600 Scheduled Completion Date: Dec. 7, 2012 County: Belknap Project: Gilford A001(025), 15903. Scope of Work: Rapid bridge deck replacement. Location: U.S. Route 3/N.H. Route 11 bypass over N.H. Route 11A. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • SPS New England Inc. — $2,096,960 • Evroks Corporation — $2,262,706 • E.D. Swett Inc. — $2,404,352 Scheduled Completion Date: Aug. 3, 2012 County: Coos Project: Milan X-A001(175), 16182. Scope of Work: Bridge rehabilitation. Location: Bridge Street over Androscoggin River. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Alvin J. Coleman & Son Inc. — $990,702 • R.M. Piper Inc. — $1,102,361 • Wyman and Simpson Inc. — $1,184,278 • Winterset Inc. — $1,220,858 • Tbuck Construction Inc. — $1,272,222 • CPM Constructors — $1,349,889 Scheduled Completion Date: Oct. 26, 2012 County: Belknap Project: New Hampton X-A000(076), 13876. Scope of Work: Park and ridge reconstruction and expansion. Location: I-93 Exit 23 located off of N.H. Route 104. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Jeremy Hiltz Excavating Inc. — $658,631 • Weaver Bros. Construction Company Inc. — $682,475 • Connies Septic Service Inc. d/b/a CSSI — $685,231 • R.D. Edmunds & Sons Inc. — $714,070 • John H. Lyman & Sons Inc. — $740,277 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $745,986 • Hiltz Construction III LLC — $749,903 • Busby Construction Company Inc. — $753,353 • N. Pandelena Construction Company Inc. — $761,016 • Nelson Communications Services Inc. — $892,852 Scheduled Completion Date: July 27, 2012
Counties: Varies Project: Statewide X-A001(137), 16113. Scope of Work: Removal and replacement of traffic signs. Location: N/A Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Visi-Flash Rentals Eastern Inc. — $191,001 • Roadsafe Traffic Systems Inc. — $199,851 • Liddell Brothers Inc. — $209,413 • Nelson Communications Services Inc. — $219,801 Scheduled Completion Date: June 1, 2012 Counties: Grafton and Merrimack Project: Statewide X-A001(214), 16257. Scope of Work: Guardrail removal and replacement. Location: N/A Contractors and Bid Amounts: • CWS Fence & Guardrail — $522,410 • Delucca Fence Company Inc. — $680,508 Scheduled Completion Date: June 22, 2012 County: Rockingham Project: EPPING X-A000(886), 15693. Scope of Work: Roadway reconstruction and signal upgrades. Location: N.H. Route 125 and N.H. Route 127 in Epping. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Continental Paving Inc. — $1,189,905 • R.S. Audley Inc. — $1,266,794 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $1,297,089 • Busby Construction Company Inc. — $1,311,311 • Sur Construction Inc. — $1,373,300 Scheduled Completion Date: Sept. 28, 2012
County: Belknap Project: Laconia X-A000(884), 15691. Scope of Work: Roadway construction. Location: U.S. Route 3 and N.H. Route 11B in Laconia. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Busby Construction Company Inc. — $908,555 • John H. Lyman & Sons Inc. — $975,262 • Connies Septic Service Inc. d/b/a CSSI — $984,055 • Weaver Bross Construction Company Inc. — $1,028,928 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $1,047,261 • R. M. Piper Inc. — $1,192,412 Scheduled Completion Date: June 28, 2013 County: Merrimack Project: Northfield X-A000(898), 15705. Scope of Work: 2.5 mi. of pavement and bridge rehabilitation work on 6 bridges. Location: I-93 nb and sb. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pike Industries Inc. — $3,294,588 • Continental Paving Inc. — $3,323,650 Scheduled Completion Date: July 26, 2013 County: Cheshire Project: Westmoreland-Walpole X-A000(944), 15749. Scope of Work: Roadway resurfacing. Location: N.H. Route 12 in Westmoreland and Walpole. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pike Industries Inc. — $2,286,805 • The Lane Construction Corporation — $2,439,387 • Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation — $2,482,972 Scheduled Completion Date: Sept. 21, 2012
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24 changes it received. They also show that operation of the ferry that ran alongside the bridge site during construction cost $16 million, about $3 million less than expected. The two states, which own the bridge jointly, were under pressure to replace the old bridge quickly, for the sake of the people who depend on it for their livelihoods, New York State Department of Transportation spokeswoman Carol Breen told the newspaper. Motorists who had grown accustomed to using the bridge for jobs, shopping and trips to the doctor faced long and unpredictable detours by the project. Contractors encountered unforeseen problems and sought to modify original plans to make up for lost time. For example, New York officials agreed to pay contractor Flatiron Construction Corp. of Firestone, Colo., more for additional construction frames, barges, cranes and crew time so work could proceed on two piers simultaneously, rather than consecutively. The switch cost $1.5 million.
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“The Ocean State” Highway Projects
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-043 Project: Waterfront Drive — Warren Avenue to Dexter Road. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Cardi Corporation — $6,622,801 • DiGregorio Corporation — $6,806,568 • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $6,967,249 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $6,973,886 • Manafort Brothers Inc. — $7,254,044 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-038 Project: Belleville maintenance improvements Contract-6. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • DiGregorio Corp — $717,699 • Lucena Brothers — $759,200 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $943,519 • Calson Corporation — $989,862 • Cardi Corporation — $1,140,522 • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $1,599,282 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CT-029 Project: I-95 curve signs (HSIP). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Roadsafe Traffic Systems Inc. — $256,428 • Liddell Brothers Inc. — $490,431 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CT-028 Project: Freeway roadside delineators (HSIP). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Roadsafe Traffic Systems Inc. — $1,513,866 • Cosco — $1,643,974 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CR-056 Project: 2011 paver placed elastomeric surface treatment. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • T. Miozzi Inc. — $1,896,873 • All States Asphalt Inc. — $2,037,818 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $2,535,237 • Cardi Corporation — $2,584,576 • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $2,617,039
• Sealcoating Inc. — $232,305 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CR-052 Project: 2011 crack sealing North and East Highways C-1. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Annseal Inc. — $186,715 • Sealcoating Inc. — $218,945 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-049 Project: Improvements to U.S. Route 1. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $5,230,027 • Cardi Corporation — $5,235,407 • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $5,331,227 • Narragansett Improvement Company — $5,994,878
R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CR-054 Project: 2011 crack sealing limited access highways C-3. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Sealcoating Inc. — $176,215 • Annseal Inc. — $389,235
R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-046 Project: Improvements to Peckham Road, Long Highway and Nannaquaket Road Bridge No. 126. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Narragansett Improvement Company — $1,493,974 • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $1,551,239 • Cardi Corporation — $1,686,731 • P J Keating Company — $1,687,992 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $1,833,028
R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CR-053 Project: 2011 crack sealing South and Central Highways C-2. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Annseal Inc. — $203,945
R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-044 Project: Improvements to U.S. Route 1A, Contract 1. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • T. Miozzi Inc. — $0.00 • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $1,834,094
• D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $1,968,798 • Cardi Corporation — $1,995,684 • Narragansett Improvement Company — $2,101,764 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-035 Project: I-95 resurfacing Southern C-3. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $7,502,917 • Cardi Corporation — $7,569,437 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $7,677,628 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-034 Project: Blackstone River bicycle facility (Segment 1B/2). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $1,162,614 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $1,197,092 • Cardi Corporation — $1,218,852 • Narragansett Improvement Company — $ 1,376,091 • Northern Construction Service LLC — $1,453,843 R.I. Contract No.: 2011-CH-025 Project: Improvements to Dunns Corner — Bradford Road. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $2,460,957 • T. Miozzi Inc. — $2,584,560 • Narragansett Improvement Company — $2,629,588 • Cardi Corporation — $2,744,647 • D’ambra Construction Company Inc. — $2,787,000
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‘Plow Maine’ …
New England Firm Wins New Fisher XtremeV Snowplow To celebrate the plowing industry in Maine, Fisher Engineering recently gave snowplow operators the opportunity to win a custom-painted “Plow Maine” Fisher XtremeV snowplow. Walter Gogan of Levant, Maine, is the winner. Gogan is the owner of Walt’s Lawn Care, a landscaping and snow removal company that plows both residential and commercial accounts. The “Plow Maine” XtremeV is Gogan’s first V-plow. On making the switch from a straight blade to a V-plow, Gogan said, “I’ve always liked my 9-foot Fisher straight blade, but now that I have a vee, I can only see myself buying vees from now on.” As for the custom “Plow Maine” paint job, Gogan said, “It took some getting used to at first, but only because I’ve always been partial to Fisher yellow. But going down the road, man, a lot of people stop and stare at this plow!” For more information, visit www.fisherplows.com.
Walter Gogan won a custom-painted “Plow Maine” Fisher XtremeV snowplow.
Company’s U.S. Plant Recently Expanded, Modernized BRIDGES from page 4
North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, Alberta. The contract was worth $11.5 million. In February 2005, StructalBridges secured a contract for the fabrication and erection of structural steel components for two bridges over Jewetts Creek in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The contract was estimated at nearly $4.5 million. Large Production Capacity In 2007, Canam Group acquired Eastern Bridge, located in Claremont, N. H., a company specializing in the manufacture of steel structures for highway and railway Deh Cho Bridge, Fort Providence, NT, Canada. bridges. Structal-Bridges assumed the management of this producers with a manufacturing 68,673 sq. ft. (6,379 sq m) — for a total of 248,650 sq. ft. (23,100 sq manufacturing operation. This presence in the United States. This past year brought larger m) — in order to increase annual acquisition allowed the company to increase its presence in the U.S. efficiency and productivity with production capacity from 12,500 to bridge market and take part in proj- recent investments being made to 25,000 tons (11,339 to 22,679 t) ects that, because of Buy American expand and modernize this New was completed during the second legislation, are only accessible to England plant. The addition of quarter of 2011.
United States. In 2007, the Canam Group plant located in St. Gedeon, Quebec, began fabricating girders for Structal. A 100,000-sq. ft. (9,290 sq m) section of the facility is now reserved exclusively for the fabrication of bridge components, which allows for an annual production capacity of 10,000 tons. In 2009, the Canam Group plant located in Point of Rocks, Md., began fabricating bridge girders. Structal currently occupies 96,000 sq. ft. (8,920 sq m) at this facility, which also features a 10,000ton (9,071 t) annual production capacity. Photo courtesy of Ruskin Construction Limited The business unit continues diversifying by investing With rail access, lifting equip- in new products and new services ment capable of handling 100-ton such as orthotropic steel deck and components, a new 40,000-sq.-ft. design, and developing new partpaint facility and more efficient nerships to expand its business and modern offices, the Claremont opportunities. plant will now be equipped to take BRIDGES see page 14 on large-scale projects in the
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Vermont Using More Brine on Roads, Two-Lane Plows By Dave Gram ASSOCIATED PRESS
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Winter road crews in Vermont will be using more brine instead of salt this year, new plows that can clear two lanes at the same time on interstates, while also giving road crews more discretion on how much salt and brine to apply, officials announced Dec. 23. Gov. Peter Shumlin devoted his weekly news conference mostly to a discussion of winter road maintenance and a plea to the public to slow down in snowy or icy conditions, especially around snowplows. “We’re urging drivers to use extra caution on icy roads, as we always do, because that saves lives,” Shumlin said. Transportation Secretary Brian Searles said Vermont would continue its “saferoads-at-safe-speeds” policy for winter road maintenance. “This means that during a storm we will be out plowing, sanding, salting, to keep the roads open,” Searles said. “But drivers should expect during a storm to see snow on the roads. So, we need drivers to be a partner with us, to adjust their driving to those conditions.” Snowfall in Vermont has been spotty at
“There was some feeling among the hard-working men and women who are keeping our roads safe that for budgetary reasons that they couldn’t always allocate what they felt was right as the storm was being dealt with...without further orders from higher up.” Gov. Peter Shumlin
best so far this winter, but the morning of Dec. 23 saw a fresh snowfall of up to 3.8 in., according to the National Weather Service in Burlington. Shumlin and Searles were joined by frontline plow drivers who shared harrowing stories of encounters with aggressive and distracted drivers. Jerold Kinney said he was on his first trip plowing his route between the state garage in Randolph and Bethel on Interstate 89 when “I had an individual driving a four-wheel
drive pickup, texting with one hand — I’m pretty sure his coffee cup was in the other — driving with his knee, go by me at 50 miles an hour, maybe 60, on a snow-covered road.” “Two miles later I saw him backwards in the ditch, still on the text messages. He said he was fine so off I went,” Kinney said. “But it’s just a clear case of the distractions that the drivers have.” When they’re not busy watching out for other drivers, plow operators like Kinney
will have more authority to judge road conditions and determine how much sand, salt or brine — a mix of salts and water — to apply to road surfaces, Shumlin said. In talking with workers, “There was some feeling among the hard-working men and women who are keeping our roads safe that for budgetary reasons that they couldn’t always allocate what they felt was right as the storm was being dealt with ... without further orders from higher up,” the governor said. Shumlin said the policy this winter will give road crews the authority to use whatever they think is necessary to keep the roads clear and safe. Brine will be favored over salt this winter because brine adheres to road surfaces better than salt, is less damaging to the environment and can be applied in advance of a storm to keep conditions from getting bad in the first place. Special equipment is needed to make brine. It has been available in northwestern Vermont and this year will be used in the Rutland area for the first time. The state also will have two “tow plows” in use. The plows have rear-mounted equipment that clears two lanes of interstate at once, officials said.
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ADVERTISER INDEX ACR EQUIPMENT ............................................................11 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ......................................1 ASTRO CRANE ................................................................11 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................5 BIG IRON ..........................................................................8 CARON & SON SCREENING ..........................................8 CHAPPELL TRACTOR SALES ..........................................7
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BRIDGES from page 12
Working in Connecticut Structal recently secured a contract worth close to $27 million to fabricate the steel structure that will replace and expand the Moses Wheeler Bridge, which crosses the Housatonic River in Milford, Conn. The contract awarded by the Walsh Construction Company and PCL Civil Constructors joint venture mandates Structal-Bridges to supply some 400 steel girders for the three bridges that are being built in the scope of this project. “Structal appreciates having the opportunity to collaborate on a project involving a historic bridge,” said Lapointe. “The company is not afraid of challenges and can perform complex mandates. It’s always great pride in working on historical projects.” A short time ago, the business unit also concluded an agreement with Aecon Group Inc. for the execution of a project worth more than $9 million in Canada. The contract includes the fabrication and installation of box girders as well as the fabrication of structural bearings as part of the North Channel Bridge Replacement Project in Cornwall, Ontario. The business unit also will install the bridge components using the launched-girder erection technique. Structal-Bridges management is led by Lapointe, with Tariq Rashdi, vice president, business development, United States, Structal-Bridges, and Denis Fleurent, general manager, Goodco Z-Tech. Major Projects Some of Structal-Bridges’ major current
projects include: • Route 34 Flyover Bridge (I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing (NHHC) Corridor Improvement Program) — New Haven, Conn. (2,400 tons) • Highway 25 Bridge — Montreal/Laval, Quebec, Canada (13,000 tons) • Deh Cho Bridge — Fort Providence, Northwest Territories, Canada (4,280 tons) • I-93 Fast 14 Bridge Replacement — Medford, Conn. (2,500 tons) • Beauharnois Canal Bridge (Highway 30) — Beauharnois, Quebec, Canada (17,000 tons) • Pawtucket River Bridge — Pawtucket, R.I. (2,700 tons) Other Companies Structal Has Worked With USA • Walsh Construction Company • J.F. White Contracting Company • Kiewit Corporation • PIHL Inc. • CSX Corporation CANADA • Aecon Group • Canadian National Railways Company (CN) • Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) • Dufferin Construction Company • Kiewit-Parsons For more information, visit www.structalbridges.ws (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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