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Address: 3675 boulevard Industriel, Laval
Completion date: 2004
Building area: 15,700 sq.ft.
Héroux-Devtek is a company specializing in the manufacturing and repair of aeronautical products. The company turned to Broccolini for the design and construction of an extension to their existing facilities located in the Laval industrial park.
Héroux-Devtek is a Canadian company specializing in the design, development, manufacturing, repair, and overhauling of landing gear. The reason for the construction of this expansion was to accommodatethe installation of a test cell for landing gear and for the electrical activation of systems and components for the aeronautical market.
In order to respond to its growth, Héroux-Devtek mandated Broccolini with the expansion of their facilities to accommodate the installation of a test cell for landing gear.
The biggest challenge the project faced was the design and construction of a base that could accommodate a Drop Tower used for the destructive testing of aircraft landing gear.
- One- (1) storey building
- Design-build project
- Project surface area of 15,700 sq.ft.