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Our Projects

Gordie Howe International Bridge

This once-in-a-generation undertaking includes a 2.5-kilometre cable-stayed bridge with six lanes (three Canadian-bound and three U.S.-bound), and two approach bridges. The project also includes a 130-acre Canadian Port of Entry and a 148-acre U.S. Port of Entry.

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Kingstown Port Modernisation Project Works, Lot 1: Primary Cargo Port

The Kingstown Port Modernisation Project includes designing and building a cargo port and relocating a sewer outfall line, as well as road upgrades and strengthening within the port catchment area in Kingstown.

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Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant Renewal

The Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant serves the cities of Regina and Moose Jaw, SaskWater, and the Buffalo Pound Provincial Park, which supplies water to many communities in the region. In total, the plant supplies water to over 260,000 people.

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Réseau express métropolitain (REM) Montréal

The REM is a fully automated, electric LRT network that includes 67 kilometres of double tracks, 3.5 kilometres of tunnels, 26 new accessible stations and park-and-ride facilities with associated bus terminals – a transformative project for commuters.

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Darlington New Nuclear Project

The Darlington Small Modular Reactor (SMR) will be a GE Hitachi BWRX-300 reactor, a new class of nuclear reactors that provide up to 300 megawatts of electric power – enough to supply over 300,000 homes – and have been designed to reduce construction costs compared to traditional nuclear generating stations. 

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Oneida Energy Storage

The project is the largest of its kind in Canada and amongst the largest in the world. It will deliver a 250 megawatt / 1,000 megawatt-hour energy storage facility – ensuring the supply of clean, reliable electricity capacity for Ontario while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 4.1 million tonnes – the equivalent of taking 40,000 cars off the road every year.

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We are Aecon Proud

Building Canada for over 150 years, we are Aecon Proud – proud of our storied Canadian heritage, the projects we build, the positive impact we make in the communities in which we live and work, and proud of our Safety First culture.

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Our Expertise

Our Construction segment works with private and public-sector clients in the Civil, Urban Transportation, Nuclear, Utilities and Industrial sectors. Aecon provides project development, financing, investment and management services through our Concessions segment.

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Concessions

Aecon is strategically focused on project and concession opportunities delivered under more collaborative models and linked to decarbonization, sustainability and energy transition.

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At Aecon, we’re building a sustainable future, and our people are at the heart of everything we do. We're always looking for exceptional candidates to work on our exciting project portfolios, and we’re hiring the best and brightest in the business. We offer unique opportunities to grow and develop a long-term career with our Aecon team, and we do it all in a culture that protects our people, our partners and our planet.


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Investing in Us

Aecon is positioned to harness the opportunities that are expected to come with the transition to a net-zero economy.


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Building a sustainable future

Aecon is committed to sustainability in what we build and how we build it, as we continue moving forward with a strategic focus on decarbonizing energy systems in support of a net zero future. 

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