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George Street Bridge

George Street Bridge

This bridge replacement project required the drilling of two abutments consisting of a total of 32 drilled caissons in the existing creek bed. In addition to the environmental concerns related to work being completed in an existing creek bed, access restrictions and overhead lines required the use of a versatile machine capable of drilling the 10-14 foot caissons. The use of an excavator mounted drill enabled the precision drilling required with minimal impact on the surrounding landscape. The equipment’s low headroom capabilities make it ideally suited to projects with headroom constraints and uneven terrain.

Client: Montague Construction Limited

Location: Ingersoll, Ontario

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