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Northeast Anthony Henday Drive

Edmonton, Alberta

Aecon was an integrated joint venture partner on the team responsible for carrying out the design and construction portions of the road’s final 27-kilometre northeast section, running from Manning Drive to Whitemud Drive.  

Aecon carried a 22.5 per cent interest in the project scope with partners Flatiron Constructors, Dragados, and Lafarge, operating under a Public-Private Partnership (P3) framework. The team was subcontracted to complete the work by Capital City Link General Partnership (CCLGP), a P3 consortium awarded the overall $1.81-billion contract in 2012 to design, build, operate and partially finance the Northeast Anthony Henday Drive (NEAHD) project.

CLIENT
Alberta Transportation

VALUE
$1.81 billion

START DATE
2012

COMPLETION
2016

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27
KM LENGTH OF ROADWAY IN NORTHEAST SECTION

47
BRIDGE STRUCTURES

500
EMPLOYEES ON-SITE AT PEAK

The completion of this project provides tremendous advantages for motorists trying to get around the city. Not only does it offer greater mobility for the community as a whole, it also impacts the economy and the overall region. Thanks to this first-rate example of a project completed under the P3 building model, an estimated 40,000 motorists will have unparalleled access into and around Edmonton.
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