We’re living in a world that’s under reconstruction. Many structures built fifty to one hundred years ago – everything from buildings to roads and bridges – need to be rehabilitated or completely reconstructed. This is also true of infrastructure such as dams and hydroelectric plants.
Maple Reinders’ roots are in marine construction and, through more than 50 years of experience, we have become leaders in the design and construction of waterway and hydroelectric structures, including the rehabilitation work we are currently undertaking on Ontario’s Historic Trent-Severn Waterway, a major network of approximately 160 operable dams and water control structures that traverses 386km through Ontario.
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A custom plan for project success
Whether we’re working on a dam, hydroelectric or other waterway structure, each project is unique, so it’s not possible to use one general design or methodology for all sites. Maple Reinders takes the time to create a custom plan for each project to reconstruct the site in the most efficient way possible, with an acute understanding of the critical factors that determine success.
Maple Reinders’ roots are in this sector.
Worth of construction
We have worked on several hundred million dollars’ worth of waterway construction.
More than 30 individual project sites along the Waterway collectively represent our largest project to date.
“The redevelopment of the Cascade Falls Generating Station was a large undertaking for the Bracebridge Generation team. Being able to rely on the expertise and professionalism of Maple Reinders Constructors Ltd. contributed to the successful implementation of the project.”