03. Juni 2011

Grand re-opening of The Weightman Bridge

von Barron Wang

Weightman Bridge located on Portage road crossing Welland River in Niagara Falls. The bridge is 97.5m long and 18.8m wide. The rehabilitation of the bridge was tendered in March 2010 and completed in May 2011. Schoeck Canada supplied ComBAR® rebars for bridge deck and sidewalks.

The Weightman Bridge

The bridge re-opening was on May 19th, 2011. Major James M. Diodati of Niagara Falls hosted this ceremony. The bridge was named by a local business man – Mr. Weightman. The grand daughters of Mr. Weightman were invited in this ceremony as well.

Major of Niagara Falls
Mr. Weightman's Grand daughters

The public work manager Geoff Holman introduced how this bridge was built. He was holding ComBAR® rebars during his speech, and said his municipality is very proud of using this most advanced reinforcing materials.

Mr. Geoff Holman of Public Work's Manager introducing the ComBAR®

There are several reasons to use ComBAR® rebars, two of them are corrosion free and high strength in long term performance.

2 Kommentare

Christian Witt
03. Juni 2011 um 15:14

This is what makes ComBAR different to others. We are proud to have been honoured during the event. It shows how important new and innovative technologies are, how close we work with our clients to meet their expectations and how satisfied they are with the high-end ComBAR and the services rendered by our team. Thanks Barron for sharing these news.

Benjamin Jütte
09. Juni 2011 um 17:47

Great pictures, great project. Looking forward to many more with all of you in Canada.

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