The ACT-8 and FRSM-20K platforms were used for the realization of metal cladding work on a new terminal. The architectural design of the building with its curved shapes and variable size windows, in addition to the impossibility of anchoring itself to certain floors and concrete slabs, were challenges that required unusual solutions.
Twelve ACT-8 work platforms were used for the construction of a cable-stayed bridge in the Vancouver area. For this project, Fraco has developed front extensions that allowed access to the sides of each pillar.
Fraco's expertise has facilitated the repair of support piles for a highway interchange in the Montreal area. The work platforms provided both access and a comfortable and safe environment for the repairing workforce.
Fraco has been approched by Structural to propose a solution allowing workers to access a 458' high hyperbolic structure. Works to be completed consisted in rebar replacement, concrete repair and cathodic protection. Twelve Fraco ACT-8 electric units were equipped with self-levelling devices were installed and tied-in without damaging existing rebar.
Following Vinci Construction, Grands Projets request, Fraco designed an innovative and non-standard platform which has been used for the building of a new safe confinement which has been installed over the damaged reactor.