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Shoreline Power Group expands local presence, opens new office in Kincardine to support Bruce Power projects

Nov 29, 2018

Kincardine, Ontario – November 29, 2018: Shoreline Power Group is pleased to announce the opening of its new office location in Kincardine, Ontario to expand its local presence and support work with Bruce Power.

As a regional Centre-of-Excellence in Nuclear Project Management and Construction Trades’ Training and Management, the 20,000 square-foot renovated facility located in the Sutton Park Mall will accommodate up to 140 staff, featuring classroom training space for 50 trainees.

The announcement was celebrated with a grand opening event at the new office. At the event, Frank Gross, Shoreline Project Director, presented a donation of 125 winter toques to the Kincardine Christmas Hamper Program – a gesture representing Shoreline’s commitment to positively impacting the local community both on and off the project site. A traditional ribbon cutting ceremony was also held to mark the milestone.

“Shoreline is genuinely passionate about supporting the local community in which we work and we are pleased to establish a space that accommodates future growth,” said Jean-Louis Servranckx, President and CEO, Aecon Group Inc., on behalf of Shoreline. “We’re excited to expand our local presence to support our valued client Bruce Power in delivering critical clean energy to Ontarians for years to come.”

“Bruce Power is thrilled to see Shoreline take such an important step in expanding its local presence in our region,” said John Soini, Executive Vice President, Finance and Commercial Services, Bruce Power. “Shoreline has an important role to play in our Major Component Replacement project, and having our suppliers and partners close will help to ensure our project is delivered on time and on budget.”

Anne Eadie, Mayor of the Municipality of Kincardine, congratulated Shoreline on their office expansion, “on behalf of the Municipality, I congratulate Shoreline on securing such a significant footprint in our community. Their commitment to our community will help bring new jobs, new residents and new investments to our area.”

About Shoreline Power Group

Shoreline Power Group is a joint venture between Aecon, SNC-Lavalin and AECOM, executing the Unit 6 Fuel Channel and Feeder Replacement (FCFR) at the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station. Shoreline also signed a Preferred Supplier Agreement with Bruce Power under which similar contracts could be awarded for the subsequent five units. Read the full contract announcement.