MTQ – Montreal Turcot Interchange Redevelopment – Quebec - Project Profile

MTQ – Montreal Turcot Interchange Redevelopment – Quebec - Project Profile

  • February 2018 •
  • 12 pages •
  • Report ID: 4836153
Synopsis
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Summary
The Ministry of Transport Quebec (MTQ) is undertaking the construction of Turcot Interchange Redevelopment project in Quebec, Canada.

The project involves the reconstruction of 18km part of the Turcot interchange which links the highways 15, 20, and 720.

The project includes the construction of new access routes, an emergency lane, a proposed tramway, the creation of new public spaces, room for urban development and the installation of overhead lighting and sound barriers.

It includes the construction of new roads and security perimeters.A reserve bus and taxi lane will be added between Ville St.

Pierre and the Ville Marie Expressway.

LVM, a subsidiary of Dessau, has been appointed to undertake the environmental study and site decontamination works on the project.

A consortium of SNC-Lavalin and CIMA+ was appointed as a lead consultant in 2010. The Province of Quebec selected AECOM, as part of a consortium to provide the project construction management services for rebuilding the 40-year-old Turcot Interchange southwest of downtown Montreal.

AECOM is providing project oversight; validating design criteria and engineering concepts; preparing environmental, health and safety project standards; coordinating all (up to 50) professional services contracts; coordinating bid packages; participating in the acquisition process, an alternative delivery mode; managing construction; and assisting the owner in managing the alternative delivery mode agreement.

BPR, a subsidiary of Tetra Tech, has been appointed to support services in engineering and project management. BPR’s role includes planning and cost control, risk analysis, project scheduling and documentation management, developing a Quality Management Plan, Quality Assurance, and Environmental Management Plan, procurement activities.

GKM Consultants has been appointed to supply and install vibrating wire sensors to measure and analyze stress on certain structural elements during inspections and maintenance work.

Hatch Mott MacDonald has been appointed as a technical consultant to evaluate financial bids. The project is planned to be developed on design and build basis.

On December 5, 2011, a request for qualification (RFQ) was issued for the companies to participate in the tendering process. Five consortia which submitted bids for the project are as follows:

Consortium I: New Turcot Interchange Consortium comprises Acciona Infrastructure Canada Inc., Ferrovial Agroman Canada inc., Delcan, Demathieu and Bard (CDB) inc., Genius Consulting Inc., International Bridge Technologies Canada Inc., Klohn Crippen Berger, Sintra inc., The Louis Berger Group Inc., and Urban Systems Ltd.

Consortium II: Future Group Turcot comprises SNC-Lavalin Construction inc., Walsh Construction Canada, Andre Major architect, CIMA + SENC, EBC inc., Excavation Rene St-Pierre inc. Division Demolition, IBI Group / DAA inc., Janssen & Spaans Engineering Inc., Louisbourg SBC sec, SNC-Lavalin inc., Roads and Bridges Division Montreal and TY Lin International.

Consortium III: New Turcot Interchange Group comprises Dragados Canada Inc, Quebec group AECON Ltd., Pomerleau inc., Verreault inc., Dessau inc., Hatch Mott MacDonald Ltd. and Roche Ltd., Consulting Group.

Consortium IV: KPH Turcot comprises Construction Kiewit Cie, GENIVAR inc, Holcim (Canada) Inc. WSP Canada and Parsons Canada Ltd.

Consortium V: Renewal Partnership Turcot comprises Dexter Québec inc., FCC Canada Ltd, ARUP Canada Inc., FHEID Ingenieros SL, The SM Group Inc. and OHL Construction Canada Inc.

On April 3, 2013, all five satisfied the technical and financial criteria required by the government.

In May 2013, three consortia were shortlisted to participate in the request for proposal (RFP). The three consortia are Consortium II: Future Group Turcot; Consortium III: New Turcot Interchange Group and Consortium IV: KPH Turcot.

On December 18, 2014, KPH Turcot consortium was appointed as the contractor. The Contract value is US$1,466 million.

In August 2015, the construction works on the project were commenced.

In November 2016, 30% of the construction works were completed. The dismantling of the Ville-Marie Expressway has also begun in the same period.

In April 2017, 50% of the construction works were completed.

Construction works are underway and scheduled for completion in 2020.

Scope
The Turcot Interchange Redevelopment project involves the reconstruction of 18km of Turcot interchange which links the highways 15, 20, and 720 at Montreal in Quebec province of Canada.

The US$1,900 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of new access routes
2. Construction of an emergency lane
3. Construction of a proposed tramway
4. Construction of new public spaces
5. Construction of room for urban development
6. Installation of overhead lighting
7. Installation of sound barriers
8. Construction of a reserve bus and taxi lane
9. Construction of related infrastructure facilities
10. Installation of safety systems

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Country=Canada Industry=Construction ParentIndustry=HeavyIndustry Date=201802 Publisher=Timetric Price=1000