The Port Mann Bridge Project
The Port Mann Bridge project broke ground in 2009; this bridge, located in Canada, connects Surrey and Coquitlam and crosses over the Fraser River just east of Vancouver, B.C. This bridge is the second-longest cable-stayed bridge in North America and the second widest cable-stayed bridge in the world. The construction of the Port Mann Bridge replaced an older steel arch bridge. This project had multiple derrick cranes on-site, and we also assisted with the demolition of the old bridge. The bridge opened to traffic in 2012.
American Derrick Cranes
Two American S30 stiff leg derricks with 120’ of boom, were operated with two American 210 triple drum hoists. These American derrick cranes were also accompanied by a Timberland SD35 stiff leg derrick with 85’ of boom, which was operated by a Timberland GP120 double drum diesel/hydraulic hoist. These specialized cranes can reach and maneuver in unique ways that helped the project get completed in a timely manner.
If you are looking for a partner that will have the special and unique small and heavy equipment to help your project get started, you are in the right place. You can click to connect with a Bridge specialist or give them a call at 1.800.333.2151.
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