McInnis Cement Mechanical & Electrical Upgrades Completed

McInnis Cement produces and transports high-quality cements from its plant in Port-Daniel–Gascons, Quebec to strategically positioned terminals across the eastern seaboard of North America. Its new Port of Providence terminal accepts ship deliveries with payloads in excess of 30,000 metric tons, and it has a daily loading capacity of more than 100 trucks and 10 rail cars.

A/Z initially played a key role with the fabrication and installation of the MEP infrastructure systems for Phase 1 of the expansion to McInnis’ terminal. Following that success, McInnis called upon our team to support the second major phase, which included the installation of concrete transfer piping, a critical component to the operation of the receiving and distribution operations. Additionally, our team was responsible for integrating the electrical and instrumentation systems required for powering, controlling, and monitoring the pneumatic cement conveying system at the heart of the terminal.