May 7, 2015

Transportation and materials

 

Dubuc Motors Gearing Up to Become Canada's First Electric Carmaker

Dubuc Motors, an electric car company based out of Quebec City, is priming to become Canada’s first electric car manufacturer. The car, called the Tomahawk, is the creation of Mario Dubuc, the company’s director of engineering and Mike Kakogiannakis, director of marketing. Dubuc Motors says it will be producing an electric car by 2016.

 

A Double-Launch from the Champlain Dry Dock

Davie - Canada's largest shipbuilder - announced a series of accomplishments, achieved over the past three weeks.

 

Davie awarded 'North American Shipyard of the Year' at the Lloyd's List North American Maritime Awards 2015.

Davie - Canada's largest shipbuilder - has been voted 'North American Shipyard of the Year' at the industry's most prestigious awards ceremony; the Lloyd's List North American Maritime Awards 2015. The award ceremony took place yesterday in Houston, Texas together with the leading maritime companies in North America. The panel of judges included chairmen and presidents of the marine industry's leading governing bodies and trade associations.

 

Pavemetrics LCMS(TM) Passes NCAT Profiler Certification

Through close collaboration with Michael Baker International, Pavemetrics is proud to announce that the LCMS has officially passed NCAT’s rigorous longitudinal profiler certification program. Passing the NCAT certification validates Pavemetrics’ LCMS as an accurate and repeatable inertial profiler and as an acceptable alternative to older two-point profiler technology.

 

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport : growing and getting results to better serve passengers

Aéroport de Québec inc. (AQi) Board Chair André Fortin and President and CEO Gaëtan Gagné released the company’s 2014 Annual Report at the AQi Annual General Meeting. As the report makes clear, 2014 was a year of development and growth, noteworthy achievements, and milestones, made possible by the community’s ever-growing trust in Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport.