Pride in keeping communities moving and safe.
The value of infrastructure and civil works executed by Pomerleau has steadily increased to now 100 million dollars annually. The company can self-perform a large number of specialised works.
Pomerleau regularly undertakes special projects using innovative methods and equipment. For this reason, the firm has created STEP, Pomerleau's estimating and technical service team. This team's purpose is to develop project-specific methods and equipment.
For the Ste-Adele Bridge/Highway 15 transportation project, the team has developed an automated suspended platform for removing formwork inaccessible by either ground or water.
STEP also invented a vibrodensification work method for winter conditions during the Cabano Bridge project and developed a prefabrication method for complete slabs and deck slabs weighing up to 45 tons for night work on the Laviolette Bridge project, Phases II and III.
For its marine projects, the team created a remote-controlled work tool to help build a retaining wall 11m under the surface of the water during the Port of Montreal's Berths 48-51 project. It also put together a crane platform without load transfer for the areas of the dock being renovated during the Canadian Coast Guard, Quai de la reine project.
STEP's technical support is available from the tender call phase to ensure the development of appropriate project-specific construction methods or to suggest value engineering alternatives.
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