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Site d'installation du Pont Confédération

Site d'installation du Pont Confédération

88 Industrial Dr Borden-Carleton, PE C0B 1X0, Canada, Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island
http://www.confederationbridge.com/fr/

Le Pont de la Confédération relie deux provinces de l’est du Canada, l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard et le Nouveau-Brunswick, afin de faciliter les déplacements dans les Maritimes. Le pont arqué de 12,9 kilomètres (8 miles) est le plus long pont du monde qui surplombe des eaux prises par les glaces. Quinze ans suivant sa construction, il demeure l’une des plus grandes réalisations techniques canadiennes du 20e siècle.

La majorité de la construction de ce pont a été faite à des sites de préinstallation sur l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard et au Nouveau-Brunswick. La construction débute le 7 octobre 1993, et la Pont de la Confédération ouvre le 31 mai 1997. Le site de préinstallation sur l’Î-P-E était ou les composantes majeures – tel que les bases des quais, et les grandes poutres ont été produites. À sa pointe, 2 079 travailleurs de métiers, et 415 administrateurs travaillaient sur la construction du pont. Au fil du projet, plus que 5 000 personnes étaient employées lors des phases de construction du projet. Le pont a couté un milliard de dollars, et c’est le pont la plus longue au monde qui traverse des eaux glaçantes.

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FIL DE NOUVELLES
  • Selfie
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ dottsel/ jui 20, 2017 Selfie

    It's cool to know that my family helped create this magnificent structure. My favorite memory is taking a video of the bridge through the sunroof. It really makes for a great experience driving over a bridge.

  • One of the longest bridges in the world
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ yamaneko/ avr 15, 2017

    12.9km long, that's the length of the bridge. It takes about 10 minutes to cross at 80km per hour, if I remember well. The ride was easy and smooth.

  • Confederation Bridge - Connected
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ arynmaclean/ jan 11, 2015 Confederation Bridge - Connected

    No edited needed, these colors are as real as they get. Standing on the island shore Thanksgiving weekend, I admire the incredible craftsmanship of the Confederation Bridge. Prince Edward Island is where I go to visit most of my family from Charlottetown to the small Acadian region of Evangeline, my heritage is on that island. Though I live on the mainland, the bridge gives me the opportunity to stay connected to my roots. For that I believe the Confederation Bridge is an important part of Canada since it helps connect our nation.

  • Transportation to PEI
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ swiftyheron/ mai 14, 2014

    I prefer ferry since I don't often go on one.

  • Fly PEI!
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ Explore150 Team/ oct 31, 2013

    I love flying into PEI, especially in the summer, because all of the different colours of the fields looks like a patchwork quilt from the sky!

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During the construction of the bridge, the environment was highly considered. It was not limited to the sensitive Northumberland Strait lobster industry. Constructed were also nesting platforms for which endangered species?

Barred Owl Red-tailed Hawk Eagle Osprey
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Site d'installation du Pont Confédération

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During the construction of the bridge, the environment was highly considered. It was not limited to the sensitive Northumberland Strait lobster industry. Constructed were also nesting platforms for which endangered species?

Barred Owl Red-tailed Hawk Eagle Osprey
FIL DE NOUVELLES
  • Selfie
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ dottsel/ jui 20, 2017 Selfie

    It's cool to know that my family helped create this magnificent structure. My favorite memory is taking a video of the bridge through the sunroof. It really makes for a great experience driving over a bridge.

  • One of the longest bridges in the world
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ yamaneko/ avr 15, 2017

    12.9km long, that's the length of the bridge. It takes about 10 minutes to cross at 80km per hour, if I remember well. The ride was easy and smooth.

  • Confederation Bridge - Connected
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ arynmaclean/ jan 11, 2015 Confederation Bridge - Connected

    No edited needed, these colors are as real as they get. Standing on the island shore Thanksgiving weekend, I admire the incredible craftsmanship of the Confederation Bridge. Prince Edward Island is where I go to visit most of my family from Charlottetown to the small Acadian region of Evangeline, my heritage is on that island. Though I live on the mainland, the bridge gives me the opportunity to stay connected to my roots. For that I believe the Confederation Bridge is an important part of Canada since it helps connect our nation.

  • Transportation to PEI
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ swiftyheron/ mai 14, 2014

    I prefer ferry since I don't often go on one.

  • Fly PEI!
    guestBook Livre d'Or/ Explore150 Team/ oct 31, 2013

    I love flying into PEI, especially in the summer, because all of the different colours of the fields looks like a patchwork quilt from the sky!

Le Pont de la Confédération relie deux provinces de l’est du Canada, l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard et le Nouveau-Brunswick, afin de faciliter les déplacements dans les Maritimes. Le pont arqué de 12,9 kilomètres (8 miles) est le plus long pont du monde qui surplombe des eaux prises par les glaces. Quinze ans suivant sa construction, il demeure l’une des plus grandes réalisations techniques canadiennes du 20e siècle.

La majorité de la construction de ce pont a été faite à des sites de préinstallation sur l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard et au Nouveau-Brunswick. La construction débute le 7 octobre 1993, et la Pont de la Confédération ouvre le 31 mai 1997. Le site de préinstallation sur l’Î-P-E était ou les composantes majeures – tel que les bases des quais, et les grandes poutres ont été produites. À sa pointe, 2 079 travailleurs de métiers, et 415 administrateurs travaillaient sur la construction du pont. Au fil du projet, plus que 5 000 personnes étaient employées lors des phases de construction du projet. Le pont a couté un milliard de dollars, et c’est le pont la plus longue au monde qui traverse des eaux glaçantes.

88 Industrial Dr Borden-Carleton, PE C0B 1X0, Canada, Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island
http://www.confederationbridge.com/fr/
@confedbridge
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Photo: Photography copyright (c) The Confederation Bridge. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.