Cylindrical steel pontoons were used to create ice resistent safety booms, one 23km long, replacing the previous booms that did not provide enough resistance to the frazil ice at Hydro Québec's Beauharnois Generating Station
Ice and safety booms on the Nelson River, Northern Manitoba for the Keeyask Project.
Design, fabrication and deployment of an ice boom to protect the Hull 2 and E.B. Eddy hydroelectric power plants’ intakes from ice.
In 2005, an Ice Boom was designed and deployed at the outlet canal of the Gentilly Nuclear Power Station. The purpose of the Ice Boom is to prevent the ice drifts from being blown into the outlet channel, in order to prevent the accidental crushing of fish by floating ice drifts.