Key statistics

7,500 tonnes of fabricated steelwork
30% delivered as 2D welded frames
805 flat racks/transport frames delivered

Our brief

Inteforge was awarded the detail drafting, supply, fabrication and delivery for 7,500 tonnes of structural steel, plate work and conveyors as part of the construction of a ‘next-generation’ grain export terminal at the Port of Vancouver, Canada.

G3 Grain Terminal
G3 Grain Terminal

The solution

  • Inteforge collaborated with the client to commence and continue fabricating during the completion of design to ensure tight delivery schedules were met
  • A progressive delivery methodology was utilised to ensure steel was on site ahead of construction readiness
  • A hybrid delivery model was used to support project priorities from our workshops in China and the USA
  • Flat racks/transport frames delivered across 6 breakbulk shipments and 15 container liner services ·
  • We worked collaboratively with the customer to develop smart 2D panelisation strategies that minimised transport volumes and delivered significant construction productivity gains at site