Opti-cadre and Ter-voile culverts: working together to support the Marsoui municipality
July 5, 2014 will forever be etched in the memory of residents of the small municipality of Marsoui: it was the day when a flood split the village in two, tearing apart its sewage and canal system. Béton Provincial’s Opti-cadre was used with Ter-Voile retaining wall technology, another Béton Provincial exclusive product.
The team in place had to build 62 elements weighing over 20 tons, and use more than 32 trucks to deliver the pieces within the installation timeline set by the client. Thankfully, the effort paid off: the new structure can withstand natural disasters, and will last for over 75 years. The new culvert allows owners who were impacted by Arthur to regain the parcels of land they lost due to the rupture. Marsoui has gotten a new start, and Béton Provincial is proud to have been a part of the effort to give these residents back their enviable living environment.
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