Box Jacking operation of a 5020-ton concrete box in just 55 hours below the QEW in Mississauga, Canada. The “push box” was jacked with the open pit methodology using hydraulic jacks. The box was installed to form the new QEW underpass for the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) line that will run from south Mississauga to Brampton.

QEW underpass, Hurontario LRT
Mississauga, Canada

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The Belfast Road Underpass was constructed using the Box Jacking technology. The Via Rail north track was kept active for train traffic by the installation of a temporary bridge that held the track during the push of the Box underneath it. The Box was jacked at a temperature of -25°C (-13°F). The jacking of the Belfast Underpass is part of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit project and specifically is part of the Maintenance and Storage Facility Access.

Belfast Road Underpass
Ottawa, Canada

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Evergreen line LRT - Underpass in Vancouver using box jacking method by petrucco group

Evergreen line LRT
Vancouver, Canada

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