The construction of the new Quai des Croisières in Sept-Îles, which can accommodate vessels measuring 350 metres long with 2,500 passengers on board, is an ambitious project on an unprecedented scale in terms of tourism. With this new dock, the City of Sept-Îles can now boast about being able to attract the largest bulk carriers and cruise ships in the world.
Nature of the services
- Draft studies and analyses
- Preliminary and final plan and specification designs
- Project management and support during the bidding process
- External service (surveys) management and coordination
- Monitoring services
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Specificities of the project
- Reinforced concrete dock composed of structural slabs on concrete beams
- Dock on caisson piles made of concrete-filled steel
- Reinforced concrete access ramp
- Three reinforced concrete dolphins supported by caisson piles
- Mooring bollards of 100 and 150 tons.