ArcelorMittal Mines Canada operates a seaport on the rock of the Port-Cartier coast. The port has four docks to accommodate vessels and allow for the handling for iron ore and grain. Dock 1 is composed of sheet piles and four rows of double members and pennant lines. Given the critical deterioration of the original sheet pile of dock 1, ArcelorMittal wanted to have detailed engineering done for the complete rehabilitation of dock 1. This project is split into two sections: reinforcement of the dock and development at the dock.
Nature of the services
- Structural inspection;
- Bearing capacity assessment;
- Simultaneous engineering with an integrated design approach;
- Preliminary and final plan and specification designs;
- Procurement and construction management;
- Monitoring services
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Specificities of the project
- Installation of new capstans;
- Complete replacement of the existing underground services in the excavation and rehabilitation zone;
- Rehabilitation of the ship loader tracks;
- Concrete work on an additional concrete slab given that the sheet piles were too deteriorated;
- Concrete and steel shielding on the facade of the dock.