Our team's first mandate was to build a deep-water, multi-user dock for loading iron ore in Sept-Îles.
Subsequently, we received a second general contracting mandate to build gallery conveyors on the same site—with a length of 560 m divided into 14 sections of 40 m.
Throughout the project, we also implemented environmental protection measures and followed up on them to prevent any oil spills caused by the work near water.
We had to prefabricate the 14 gallery sections, move them via multiline transport and place them on the platform supports via a sliding system.
To simultaneously carry out the construction work for the gallery conveyors and the dock, we had to establish an effective communication process between the two teams.