Come meet us in Booth #37 in the W. H. Yeates Exhibition at the St. John's Convention Centre from September 24-27.
As part of the “Build Belleville” infrastructure development project, the City of Belleville, along with funding from the provincial and federal government, constructed a new bridge at Bay Bridge Road crossing over the CPR rail line.
The Bonaventure project started with the to refresh an important entryway into the city of Montreal by replacing the existing Bonaventure elevated expressway built in 1966.
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Come meet us at Booth #6 in the Grand Ballroom of the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver from May 31 - June 3.
The Rt. Honourable Herb Gray Parkway project that was formerly known as Windsor-Essex Parkway is the largest completed P3 project in Ontario in the last 5 years.
At the heart of Hopewell Development's new community, Mahogany Lake is the largest community lake in Calgary.
The Port Mann/Highway 1 (PMH1) Improvement Project is a component of the Gateway Program, the largest infrastructure transportation project in the history of British Columbia.
Situated in eastern Canada, the Gulf of St Lawrence opens onto the Atlantic Ocean. In the county of Sept-Rivieres in the Northeast of Quebec province, the town of Port-Cartier, 640 km from Quebec City and on the north shore of the St Lawrence river, launched a waterfront improvements program to attract shoreline residents and visitors to the town.
The northwest corner of St. Clair Avenue West and Weston Road in Toronto is about to get a 600,000 square foot big box retail centre called The Stockyards. The site is a part of a large redevelopment project that consists of the construction of multiple commercial retail units in two levels and a three-storey parking garage.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Ministry of Transportation and Works requested a TechSpan concrete arch culvert constructed over the Waterford River to support a 19 m high embankment for the Team Gushue Highway Extension.
Reinforced Earth Company Ltd. was retained to design and supply the retaining wall for the Mount Milligan project in British Columbia for a primary crusher structure and truck dump. It is in fact the highest MSE wall in Canada with 33m of vertical facing.
With ever increasing population and demand for an improved infrastructure and transportation systems, the City of Markham’s expansion plans included the extension and reconstruction of Rodick Road.
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