Low Speed Machinery Progress

Low Speed Machinery Progress

Today’s featured photo once again showcases the ongoing installation of the various low speed machinery components for both bridge spans. Next week, crews are expected to begin installation of select high speed machinery components that includes motor base...
Navigating Ahead

Navigating Ahead

This week’s featured image showcases one of the new navigational lights being installed which will operate between sunset and sunrise, or during times of restricted visibility, such as in fog or rain. These lights are one of the most important safety systems so...
Gearing Up For Spring!

Gearing Up For Spring!

Today’s #BridgingForTheFuture featured photo showcases some of the original and refurbished east span low speed machinery gears being re-installed this week by Landform Civil Infrastructure crews. Crews have also installed the electrical conduit and transfer...
Sunny Days Ahead…!

Sunny Days Ahead…!

Today’s #BridgingForTheFuture Throwback Thursday features a photo courtesy of Elgin County Archives and from the Ian D. Cameron Collection showcasing the coal-powered steamboat “Laura” navigating the inner harbour. Landform Civil Infrastructure crews...
Out With The Old, Preparing For The New

Out With The Old, Preparing For The New

Beginning this week’s #BridgingForTheFuture Throwback Thursday, the following photograph, ca. 1912, from the Ian D. Cameron Collection courtesy of Elgin County Archives, showcases the inner harbour at Port Stanley, looking southeast. The view includes the Purdom...
Working through the weather

Working through the weather

Firstly, in this week’s edition of #BridgingForTheFuture Throwback Thursday, the following photograph is provided to us from the Ian D. Cameron Collection courtesy of Elgin County Archives, which showcases Bridge Street, looking east from George Street, ca....