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A History of Heavy Metal.

For more than 30 years, Marcon has collaborated with constructors to produce complex metal components. We’ve enabled infrastructure to stand and span by engineering the details that enable dynamic movements and reinforce structural integrity.

Over the last two decades, we’ve emerged as a leading North American innovator of bridge products. Our implementations have led to new feats of innovation and have renewed the integrity of legacy structures.

Golden Ears Bridge

The Golden Ears Bridge is British Columbia’s second largest suspension bridge. Marcon was selected to fabricate the main span protective rail, pedestrian handrail and approach ramp guard rail.

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Ruskin Dam Upgrade and Powerhouse Bridge

Technically challenging with strict quality assurances, Marcon’s team showcased engineering prowess and professional resilience in the fabrication of various seismic performance upgrades for a 90-year-old dam.

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Lions Gate Bridge

A fixture of the Vancouver skyline and feature of a leading motion picture group, the Lions Gate Bridge has one of the most iconic bridge profiles in North America. Over the past two decades, this 80-year-old suspension bridge has undergone significant rehabilitation with Marcon as the primary fabricator throughout.

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Johnson Street Bridge

Marcon’s will to innovate is exhibited in what is now the largest bascule bridge in Canada. This drawbridge required a number of complex structural considerations to ensure swinging movement and an adjacent pedestrian walkway features an integrated LED handrail system for long-lasting functionality.

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Gilmore Place

Spanning three towers reaching upwards of 64-storeys, Gilmore Place will be the tallest and deepest master-planned community in Vancouver. Upon completion, Marcon will have supplied all foundational and structural steel.

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