March 11, 2014 by STAFF REPORT
Structal-Heavy Steel Construction, a business unit of Canam Group Inc., will take part in four major North American projects worth more than $191 million. Structal’s role in the scope of these projects – one in Edmonton, three in New York – includes fabrication and erection of steel components, as well as detailing, design-build, project management and building information modeling.
Rogers Place (Edmonton)
PCL Construction Management Inc. approved Structal to order the steel for the structure of Rogers Place. The steel components will be fabricated at Canam Group’s facilities in Calgary, Alta. and St. Gédéon de Beauce, Que., with deliveries beginning in August 2014 and continuing into the third quarter of 2015. The new 18,640-seat arena complex will be home to the Edmonton Oilers, and also feature an entertainment district. It is scheduled to open in the fall of 2016.
Arthur Ashe Stadium (New York)
Hunt Construction Group approved Structal to order steel and begin pre-construction and detailing services of a retractable roof for Arthur Ashe Stadium, which is home to the annual US Open tennis tournament. The steel components will be fabricated at the St. Gédéon de Beauce, Que. and Point of Rocks, Md. plants. Deliveries are slated to take place from September 2014 to May 2015.
Kimmel Pavilion/ NYU Langone Medical Center (New York)
Turner Construction awarded Structal with the contract to construct the steel structure of the Kimmel Pavilion, a 23-storey building that will form part of the New York University Langone Medical Center. The St. Gédéon de Beauce, Que., Point of Rocks, Md., and South Plainfield, N.J. plants have been designated to fabricate the steel components. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in January 2015 and will be completed in November of the same year. The 850,000 sq. ft. facility is expected to open in 2017.
Tower C/ Hudson Yards (New York)
Tutor Perini Corp. awarded Structal with the contract to build the steel structure of the Hudson Yards Tower C, a 47-storey highrise being built in New York City. Construction of the 1.7 million sq. ft. office tower, which is seeking LEED Gold certification, will be completed in 2015. Fabrication of the steel components is currently underway at the St. Gédéon de Beauce, Que., Point of Rocks, Md., and South Plainfield, N.J. plants. Deliveries will take place from March 2014 to the beginning of 2015.