MAADI Group was honored with an achievement award at the 2022 ADRIQ innovation awards gala, in light of the firm’s most recent rapid deployment bridge as well as its overall product lineup.News - November 18, 2022
MAADI Group has been awarded a contract to finalize the fabrication of a new fusion-welded aluminum bridge deck system for Quebec’s transport ministry. With this contract, the Quebec-based firm will become the first Canadian manufacturer of aluminum bridge decking for 63-ton vehicles, commonly known as CL-625.
News - August 29, 2022
MAADI Group’s light vehicle tactical bridge LVTB-2418 won 1st place in the Architectural/Structural category at the 2022 Aluminum Extrusion Design Competition, organized by the ET Foundation.
News - May 4, 2022
MAADI Group has been featured in the 5th book of the Towards Sustainable Cities research programme, launched in 2012 by Chris Bayliss, the Director of Standards, and the British architect .
News - July 9, 2021
The Quebec manufacturer’s aluminum bridges have caught the attention of Mexican publication Aluminia.
News - June 30, 2021
MAADI Group’s lightweight “Bridge in a Box“ enables emergency response crews to quickly gain access to areas struck by natural disasters, and it’s attracting some attention in the United States.
News - April 29, 2021
The Quebec company has launched a new product: an aluminum bridge that can be assembled in under 4 hours to aid in natural disaster rescue efforts.
News - March 23, 2021
PLAN, the magazine for Quebec engineers published by the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec, has chosen to profile the founder and CEO of MAADI Group for its January-February cover story.
News - January 21, 2021
For decades, people have been saying, "Steel is cheaper!" But the thing is...it's not true! When you consider the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), aluminum is a better option, hands down.
News - December 17, 2020
The year 2020 is coming to an end. And in the midst of an ongoing pandemic, you wouldn’t be alone in wanting to add “finally” to the end of that statement.
News - December 5, 2020