Two major highway projects awarded in Canada

By |  April 4, 2012

According to a report from World Highways, contracts worth a combined US$2.5 billion have been awarded for two Canadian highway construction projects. The report says Spanish contractor ACS has been awarded a US$1.52 billion job to construct a new 27-km, eight-lane highway that includes maintenance of the road for 30 years. Another Spanish firm, Ferrovial, working in association with SNC Lavalin, has been awarded about US$1 billion to build a 20-km extension of Toronto’s 407 highway. This also includes 30 years of maintenance as part of the contract, according to World Highways.

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