Ports and inland terminals are a key component of Canada’s import and export industry, with a unique set of challenges posed by the broad variance in soil stability, liquidity, and attributes in marine regions. Concurrently, port and inland terminal projects bring with them highly sensitive environmental considerations. Alongside, clients seek effective project management, construction knowledge and leadership, and quality materials.

Lafarge provides the answer to these unique projects, drawing on experience from port and terminal projects across Canada. The various stakeholders involved in port and inland terminal projects – from railway operators to port authorities to logistics providers – need to be held as collaborative, engaged members in developing a solution. Lafarge’s construction management style stimulates an environment of cooperation and creative problem solving to complete the projects required without disrupting the flow of goods, materials, and people through the project sites.

 
Port of Montreal

Port of Montreal

Project Spotlight - Port of Montreal (pdf, 962.09 KB)