This project involved design, supply, and installation of a new 120’ modular bridge at the Victoria River located along the site access road. Scope included assessment of existing bridge and foundations, following this review it was determined that the existing bridge could not be repaired to meet CL625 road standards. Once this was determined, JCL engaged engineering firms to provide new foundation and bridge design allowing complete replacement of the existing bridge. The existing bridge was removed using a tandem crane lift, and the new bridge was installed using a launching nose.
The Aspen Brook Bridge project in Central Region, NL involved the demolition of the existing structure, installation of unwatering systems, and the design and implementation of precast concrete elements. Additionally, the scope included grading and paving Route 1, removal of the old bridge, and maintenance of the Aspen Brook Bridge Diversion. The project aimed at upgrading infrastructure, enhancing connectivity, and ensuring long-term durability for Aspen Brook Bridge in a comprehensive and efficient manner.
Replacement of The Southeast Brook Bridge in Gros Mourne National Park involved a paved temporary bypass consisting of a 140' clear span panel bridge. The filly-integral designed replacement structure includes piled foundations for a 39m clear span New England Bulb Tee (NEBT 1800) concrete girder superstructure with concrete abutments and deck.
Replacement of The Sir Robert Bond Bridge is a vital part of Newfoundland and Labrador’s transportation network as it is the only east-west highway link that crosses the Exploits River.
Replacement of the Sandy Lake narrows bridge on route 401 near Howley This project involved the complete replacement of a three-span concrete girder bridge over Sandy Lake Narrows near Howley, NL. The new structure consisted of two single 75m span, trapezoidal steel box girders that were launched into place on concrete abutments.
This project involved the complete replacement of a three-span concrete girder bridge over a federally scheduled salmon river (Terra Nova River). The new structure consisted of two single 75 m span trapezoidal steel box girders that were launched into place on concrete abutments.
Construction of a two lane, two span, 76 meter prestressed concrete girder bridge and approaches at Robinsons River, Route 1, km 800.
Supply and installation of an 81meter single span two lane galvanized steel truss-type bridge structure across the Kenamu River on RT500 (Trans Labrador Highway) KM 62.75. Job entailed jobsite concrete batch to produce the 1500cu m of concrete for abutments and launch of the 81m span bridge assembled on shore.
Removal of Superstructure of the North Branch T'railway Bridge and installation of 180ft steel panel bridge on the North Branch River.
Construction of two lane, single span, 46 meter prestressed concrete girder bridge and approaches at Flat Bay TCH Km 772.6. Involved driving H piles for foundations and building 46m concrete girders on site and removal of existing bridge.