Docks, Wharfs and Marinas
REMAC docks and marinas are durable, easy to maintain and designed to withstand the most extreme weather conditions. With over 25 years of experience in custom dock and marina manufacturing, REMAC is your manufacturer of choice.
Footbridges, Walkways and Bridges
As a recognized designer and manufacturer of aluminum infrastructures, REMAC has developed an expertise in the following products and services :
Forestry bridges | Aluminium footbridges | Pedestrian and cyclist bridges | Snowmobile and ATV bridges | Bridges Rehabilitation | Repair of works on sites | Others
Pyramide des Ha! Ha!, La Baie (Saguenay), QC
Coordinates : 48°18′56″N 70°51′30″W
Height : 21 mètres (69 pieds)
Design artist : Jean-Jules Soucy
Year of conception : 1999
Description: Erected by REMAC in memory of the 1996 floods, the Ha! Ha! Pyramid is covered with 3,000 “Yield” (“Yield” and “Help” are homonyms in French) signs attached to an aluminum structure.
From the top of its 21 meters, it offers a breathtaking view of the Ha! Ha!
Aluminum footbridge, Chandler (Gaspésie), QC
Coordinates : 48°19’37.8”N 64°41’37.4”W
Length : 142 m, including the central section which measures 62 meters, a world record.
Engineer : Louis-Marie Gauthier
Year of conception : 2013
Description : The City of Chandler, in the Gaspé Peninsula, has made news around the world with the design and construction of the world’s longest span aluminum footbridge across the mouth of Pabos Bay and Chaleur Bay.
This project is part of the Circuit des bâtisseurs, a historical trail in the heart of the City of Chandler and the Baie des Chaleurs. This bicycle path, which is also a pedestrian path, is four kilometers long.
Until now, this route stopped at the mouth of the Grand-Pabos River. The development of a link between the two shores became necessary to allow the population and the visitors to familiarize themselves with the history of Chandler and its two sides of the bay.
Coordinates : 48°39’13.7’’N, 72°26’16.0’’W
Year of conception : 2014
Description : The Saint-Félicien marina is located in the heart of the city, eight nautical miles (13 kilometers) upstream from the mouth of the Ashuapmushuan River. The river is easily navigable with its 38 lighted buoys.
Year of conception : 2001
Conception : Charles Savard, WSP
Chief engineer : Yann Ropars
Description : The Havre St-Pierre marina is one of REMAC’s greatest achievements, not only because of its commercial use, but also because of its ultra-robust, maintenance-free design and unique configuration that allows it to remain in the ice during the winter season. More than 20 years after its installation, the marina has never needed to be modified or refurbished.