Our team was awarded the contract to build the new cruise ship dock in Sept-Îles, accommodating cruise ships on the St. Lawrence River.
The project was a huge success — we completed it two months before the contract end date and saved more than 10% of the structure cost with precast concrete.
From the barges, we placed the piles with a tolerance of only 100 mm and the precast elements with an accuracy of within one centimetre.
We had to deal with the natural elements of the location, such as wind, waves and high or low tide to perform certain tasks.
We worked efficiently, all the while protecting marine life—for example, complying with restrictions during the installation of the piles.