Fraud Warning: It has come to our attention that various international organizations or individuals have been offering false employment opportunities at Aecon Group Inc. These individuals will offer to fast track Canadian working visa applications in exchange for a payment. Such offers are fraudulent and intended to steal from the victims.

Aecon Group Inc. employment policies and processes in Canada involve personal interviews, and candidates who seek employment with us are never required to pay us any sum of money. To do so would be contrary to our business conduct guidelines and ethical practices. We take this matter extremely seriously and are working with the appropriate legal authorities to shut down such fraudulent schemes. Read more here
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Autoroute 30 Extension - Quebec

Valued at $1.6 billion, the long-awaited extension of Autoroute 30 south of Montreal represents one of the largest public private partnerships in Canadian history. While Transports Quebec is building the 13-kilometre section to the east, a public private partnership - Nouvelle Autoroute 30 (NA30) - is building the new 42-kilometre western section, which runs from Vaudreuil-Dorion to Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. Aecon carries a 16% interest in the construction joint venture aspect of the project (NA30CJV) in collaboration with Dragados Canada, Acciona Infrastructures Canada and Verreault Construction.

Aecon is providing the local construction expertise through a nucleus of engineers and managers who bring years of hands-on experience in the Quebec market. The partnership is directly involved in key critical elements of the project, including construction of the Beauharnois Canal Bridge, installation of the wick drains and launch of the girders on the south side of the Saint Laurent Bridge.

Overall, the Autoroute 30 project is an enormous undertaking. It involves enough concrete to build the equivalent of seven CN Towers; carries as much steel in the Beauharnois Canal Bridge as a World War Two battleship; and includes enough polystyrene (used for lightweight fill) to insulate the foundations of 70,000 homes. The project will also see more than 150,000 truckloads of granular stone, 25,000 truckloads of asphalt, and enough soil to fill three stadiums the size of the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Construction began in July 2009 and is slated for completion in December 2012.

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