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Gordie Howe International Bridge

Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan

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. The fixed-priced contract is valued at $5.7 billion (nominal value), which includes the design-build (DB) phase and the 30-year operation, maintenance and rehabilitation (OMR) phase. Bridging North America is a consortium comprised of Aecon, ACS Infrastructure Canada Inc. and Fluor Canada Ltd. to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Gordie Howe International Bridge through a Public-Private Partnership (P3). Aecon has a 20 per cent interest in the equity, DB and OMR partnerships.

CLIENT
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

VALUE
$5.7 billion

START DATE
2018

ESTIMATED COMPLETION
2024

2.5
KM CABLE-STAYED BRIDGE


LANES

2,500
EMPLOYEES ON-SITE AT PEAK

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