Transport of electrical and mechanical engineering

DCC: Rationalization of infrastructure

Customer :

Defense Construction Canada (DCC)

Project description

Construction of two new buildings (12,300 m² and 800 m²) housing the infrastructure of the transport, electrical and mechanical engineering divisions, repair workshops, administrative areas and user services. Four buildings were also to be demolished.

The works included among others:

  • Temporary parking for workers
  • Installation of a secure site fence at the site perimeter to control access
  • Civil underground infrastructure (sanitary, rain, aqueduct)
  • Steam network
  • Parking lots and streets
  • Excavation and backfill
  • Concreting works of more than 8500 m³
  • Building envelope in insulated metal panel
  • Complete mechanical and electrical work
  • Complete architectural finishes
  • Landscaping
  • Complete work relating to the installation of a truck wash.

The area of the four buildings to be deconstructed was as follows: 4,457 m², 2,750 m², 248 m² and 205 m².

The proximity of aircraft runways, as well as the presence of dangerous material such as asbestos, required special methods. LEED silver certification project.

Customer :
Defense Construction Canada (DCC)
Localisation :
3e Escadre, Bagotville, Quebec
Duration :
From 2017- Ongoing
Certification :
LEED Silver