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A30 Highway in Montreal. Redefinition of linear & transversal drainage

Location: Montreal. Canada Date: 2012 Client: UTE A30CVJ ACCIONA + DRAGADOS Area / Length: 6971 m Global budget: € 1,200,000,000
Tasks undertaken: Technical assistance on contruction works, Studies and Reports, Recalculation and expert evaluation Technical areas: Civil engineering Areas of action: Infraestructure and Civil Works, International Projects

The new A30 highway in Montreal has 43 km of new roads with a budget of approximately can$ 1,6 billion. Its design runs along the banks of the St. Laurent river, that connects the Great Lakes to the ocean. 3D3 Ingeniería is required to recalculate the drainage system of the following locations:

– Section 01 – 1A. Tunel de Soulange (45º19’20” N; 74º01’36” W)
– Section 03 – 2A. Chemin du Canal (74º00’54” N; 45º19’29” W)
– Section 05 – 2A. Rivier St. Louis (45º17’66” N; 73º53’17” W)
– Section 03 – 2B. Boulevard Pie XII (45º17’15” N; 74º02’21” W)

The works that have been done are the following:
-Design of drainage system and flow calculations, both agricultural and urban areas, according to the modifications done in the design of the new motorway.
-Calculation and definition of the elements of the drainage in the underpass under the Canal Soulange according to the construction needs arising during construction: piling walls, pumping well, pipes, concrete box culverts, etc.
All these jobs are done according to the Canadian Standards, in English or French according to the requirements of the client.

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