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Aecon builds things that matter in Calgary

Oct 24, 2011

Aecon has established a Western Canadian Headquarters in Calgary, Alberta to anchor its presence in Western Canada.

“Aecon’s business in Western Canada has shown impressive growth over the past few years, to the point where today, Aecon’s revenue and employee base is as significant in Western Canada as it is in Eastern Canada,” said John M. Beck, Aecon’s Chairman and Chief Executive, “Having a core presence in Calgary enables us to further strengthen our key customer relationships in the West, integrate our diverse service lines to provide unparalleled solutions to our clients and cement our ties to the business community in the West.”

In Calgary, Aecon has participated in the construction of Calgary landmarks such as the Petro-Canada Centre (now Suncor Energy Centre), as well as the South Calgary Health Campus and the Stoney Trail / Crowchild Trail interchange.  Other recent projects across Western Canada include the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences at the University of Alberta, the Fort McMurray Water Treatment Plant, the Port Mann Main Water Supply Tunnel in Vancouver, the Trans-Canada Highway upgrade at Lake Louise, the Georgia Hotel in Vancouver, the Spy Hill Peaking Station in Saskatchewan, the Regina Co-op Refinery, and numerous projects in the Alberta oilsands for clients such as Suncor Energy.