Western was contracted by Belor Construction to supply the heavy lift services to install 42 precast concrete CPCI 1900 Girders on the Hwy 407 Bridge over the Credit River in Brampton, Ontario. Only working one weekend, Western completed the installation of all 42 girders in 29 working hours.
Western Mechanical provided a mobile overhead gantry, which was used to offload new concrete girders from transporters and place the new girders on the new bridge piers over the Credit River in Oakville, Ontario.
The 407 ETR (Electronic Toll Route) just north of Toronto, Ontario is the world’s first all-electronic, barrier-free toll highway. The 407 continues to improve the highway for the daily commute of hundreds of thousands of drivers. Western played a key role in the 407 bridge expansion over Highway 404. This expansion presented unique challenges as… Read more »
Installation of CPCI 2300 girders over the Rouge River and Little Rouge River Bridges for the widening of Hwy 407 in Markham, Ontario.
The Dundas St. Bridge consists of five – 200ft. spans approximately 150ft. above 16 Mile Creek in Oakville, Ontario. While installing the second phase of this twin bridge, Western adopted a new method of installing the precast concrete girders, allowing for less equipment on site and a more economical approach to the project overall.
The Dundas Street Bridge consists of five 200 ft. spans approximately 150 ft. above 16 Mile Creek in Oakville, Ontario. Because of the unique geometry of the new bridge, Western identified an innovative opportunity to cost effectively install the required 35 girders, which weighed as much as 200 ton. The gantry system used to install… Read more »