As part of the construction project for the new CHUM, Fraco took up the challenge of accelerating the construction of a research center by providing a two-car construction hoist for the transportation of persons and materials.
Fraco distinguished itself by providing several FRSM-20K units that were installed on the site of a major residential building project for university students.
The conversion of the former Montreal Gazette building gave Fraco the opportunity to show how its equipment can be useful. Several FRSM-20K platforms were used to add a five (5) storey section above the existing building and build a new building.
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.