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Canam Lands Multiple Steel Projects
Posted by Tasha Weiss on January 21, 2013 at 6:28 PM.

Canam Group, Inc., recently announced that it has added close to $55 million in contracts for various structural steel building and bridge projects.


Structal-Bridges, a division of Canam (and an AISC member/NSBA member/AISC certified fabricator), concluded agreements totaling more than $26 million for the fabrication of two bridges in the U.S.


The first agreement was with the State of Wisconsin to fabricate components for an overpass being built as part of the Memorial Drive Suamico project in Howard. Structal-Bridges will supply 36 box girders for the 2,198-ft structure. Fabrication is slated to begin in March 2013 and deliveries will start in January 2014.


structal-bridges.jpgThe second agreement was signed with a joint venture, formed by J.F. White and Skanska, to replace the Fore River Bridge that connects the towns of Quincy and Weymouth in Massachusetts. The contract calls for more than 80 girders to construct the bridge and through trusses for the 325-ft vertical lift section. Fabrication will take place between the spring of this year and the spring of 2014. Image: MassDOT


In addition, Structal-Heavy Steel Construction’s expertise in executing complex, large-scale structural steel projects netted the division a number of design-build mandates in the U.S. and Canada, totaling more than $20 million.


More information can be found in Canam’s press release at (direct link:

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