Interest grows for bottomless structures for forestry stream crossings.
Super•Cor Box Culverts have become the go-to structure for new and replacement bridges in the forests of Eastern Canada. Forestry companies requiring a wide span, low rise bridge find Super•Cor Box Culverts to be economical alternatives to conventional bridges, especially when it is desirable to maintain a two-lane roadway at the stream crossing.
Sticking with a winner.
Bowater has a number of Super•Cor Box Culverts in their forestry road network. One such installation is at Pont de la Branche de l’est in the Gaspé region of Quebec. The SC-54B structure has a 12.3 m span with a 2.7 m rise. It was installed in July 2000 and is designed to carry L-125 live loading. Bowater chose YDL Maintenance to do the installation, who have become an experienced installer of Super•Cor structures.
Economical solutions for stream crossings.
As the interest grows in bottomless structures in the forestry sector, Super•Cor Box Culverts have proven to be economical permanent bridges. Together with Atlantic Arches for smaller applications, AIL has the best solutions for stream crossings in the forestry road market.