Multiplication of Fraco Platforms in Montreal

Built on the site of the former Armstrong (floor tile manufacturing) plant in the Côte-des-Neiges / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough, the Westbury Montreal project is another example of the current trend to create urban neighborhoods. It is less than 15 minutes from any major destination, and close to three major revitalization axes that will see the light of day in the coming years. The construction of the first two buildings at one point monopolized 16 FRSM-20K work platforms manufactured by Fraco.

Voltige condomunium Project

A major housing project of 850 condominiums is currently being built in the North District of Montreal. In order to complete the first residential tower, project managers called on Fraco to install a construction hoist and a few ACT-8 work platforms

Replacing old elevators is not that easy

In 2015, Fraco was involved in the replacement of a traction elevator that was built in 1970. The elevator was made of wood and installed in a concrete shaft that didn’t allow a regular rack and pinion elevator to be easily installed.