The Grande Dame power station, built in 1911, is a Canadian hydroelectric power station located on the Magog River. It belongs to the city of the same name which is located in the province of Quebec not far from the North American border.
The height of its fall is estimated at 12 m and its energy potential is 1.6 megawatts.
Good news, a second operation has just started out as part of the complete reconstruction of the dam Grande Dame orchestrated by the city of Magog.
Always in collaboration with our partner Groupe Carbonneau (based near Bromont), the FEUGIER Environnement team designed and manufactured six sets of movements, for a total of 12 12-tonne capacity jacks that have just been installed for spillways.