Samuel de Champlain Bridge, Montreal, Canada
- Client: SNC Lavalin
- Value: CAD$4.4 billion / US$3.34 billion
About this Project
The Champlain Bridge in Montreal is a signature crossing over the Saint Lawrence River and was constructed to a tight timeframe to urgently replace the existing river crossing which had exceeeded its design life. The project comprised:
- 3.4-kilometre Champlain Bridge over the St. Lawrence River with three lanes in each direction, plus a central deck for public transit, as well as a path for cyclists and pedestrians
- A new 470-metre bridge for L’Île-des-Sœurs
- The widening of Highway 15 between the Atwater interchange and the new bridge
- Improvement of the ramps leading from Highways 132 and 10 on the South Shore to the bridge
The Samuel de Champlain Bridge under construction
CDC undertook a commercial claims review of the existing recovery strategy and advised the senior management on options to improve the project commercial position.
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