Awaited in the province for more than 30 years, the 42-km highway project is a significant contribution to Quebec society
- Independent Engineer for this $1.5B, multiple award winning project, which involved extending the highway to bypass Montreal on the south shore
- Included two major bridges, a 2.25-km bridge over the Beauharnois Canal culminating at a clearance of 38.5 m over the St. Lawrence Seaway, and a 1.86-km bridge crossing the St. Lawrence River
- Involved 13 overpass bridges, 17 highway bridges, a 90-m-long tunnel, a 14-lane toll plaza, 11 interchanges, and 42 km of new four-lane highway
- Significantly decreased traffic congestion by providing an alternate route in the Montreal area
- Responsibilities included design review of bridges, tunnel, and highway works, as well as attestation and oversight of all project design and construction
- During the construction phase, MMM was on site to ensure compliance and attest to the quality and conformity of the works by issuing 250 attestation completion certificates.
- independent engineer