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Aecon is diversifying the construction trades.

Our goal is to have a workforce as diverse as the communities we help build. As one of Canada’s largest and most diverse construction and infrastructure development companies, we recognize the value traditionally underrepresented groups bring to our industry, including Women and Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC).

Aecon Women in Trades (AWIT)

The AWIT program is led by our Utilities division, a leading solutions provider offering innovative construction services in the areas of oil and gas, telecommunications infrastructure, and power distribution networks.

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Aecon-Golden Mile 

Aecon-Golden Mile (A-GM) is an innovative joint venture to expand economic opportunities for residents of the Greater Golden Mile area in Toronto.

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Aecon Techs in Trades 

Offering three weeks of paid training, competitive salaries and benefits, and a unique opportunity to launch a rewarding career in the trades. Applications are now being accepted from candidates with any employment background for Field Technician roles to work on telecommunications projects.

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Aecon Diversity in the Trades

The Aecon Diversity in the Trades (ADT) program supports construction trades workers that identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC). The ADT program operates within Aecon’s Civil East division – a diverse, comprehensive market leader focused on expanding and improving Canada’s infrastructure and transportation networks.

Note: Placement will depend on availability and role-specific requirements.


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Working Warriors is a platform that enables Indigenous job candidates to search for employment opportunities in a more centralized manner. 


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