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Aecon Civil is a market leader with a self-perform competitive advantage and core local strength in key markets. We’re proud of our work helping to expand and improve Canada’s infrastructure and transportation networks, and we’re ready to build the future of our country. With over a century of experience, and the ability to offer diverse, comprehensive services, Aecon is a preferred contractor for our clients. This includes numerous public entities and Public-Private Partnerships in Canada and abroad.

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Our expertise improves the quality of life for people every day, and these are a few examples of how we’re doing it:

Aecon brings full EPC services on some of Canada’s largest hydroelectric power projects, helping clients convert clean, safe energy to power communities. 

With pits and quarries in Ontario and Alberta, and world-class testing laboratories, our name has become synonymous with sustainably producing quality aggregates, soils and sand. 

We offer a complete range of road building expertise, including design, constructability reviews, construction and maintenance. 

Aecon has won numerous “Paver of the Year” designations from recognized industry bodies and delivers a quality product that performs better and lasts longer.

From shoring systems to piles and dewatering; Aecon Foundations brings the Aecon advantage and utilizes innovative real-time monitoring, 3-D modelling and GPS technology

Aecon brings a record of operational excellence in safely and efficiently managing large-scale tunnel projects, specializing in heavy civil equipment expertise.
We have extensive self-perform bridge construction capacity for a wide range of structure types.

Notable projects include:

Eglinton Crosstown Tunnel

Eglinton Crosstown LRT

Toronto, Ontario

Creating reliable and faster service, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT will run along Eglinton Avenue between Mount Dennis (Weston Road) and Kennedy station. This 19-kilometre corridor will include a 10-kilometre underground portion, between Keele Street and Laird Drive and will have 25 stations and stops.

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F.G. Gardiner Expressway Rehabilitation Project: Section 1

Toronto, Ontario

Section 1 of the Gardiner project includes full superstructure replacement between Cherry Street and Jarvis Street, rehabilitation of three ramps, as well as installation of new street lighting, and a Road Emergency Services Communication Unit (RESCU) system.

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Finch West Martingrove

Finch West LRT

Toronto, Ontario

With 18 new stops and stations spanning from Humber College to Keele, the 11-kilometre Finch West LRT will be a fully integrated system connecting TTC, GO, Miway, YRT, and Züm transit services.

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Gordie Howe Bridge Landscape Rendering

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.

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Highway 401 Cars

Highway 401 Expansion

Mississauga to Milton, Ontario

A key commuter and economic corridor, the Highway 401 expansion project includes an 18-kilometre reconstruction and widening of the Highway 401 in the western part of the GTA, from the Credit River in Mississauga to Regional Road 25 in Milton.

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Kemano Landscape

Kemano Generating Station Second Tunnel

Kitimat, British Columbia

Aecon is constructing the second tunnel for the Kemano Generating station in Kitimat, British Columbia. Completion of a second tunnel will ensure the long-term reliability of the power supply, supporting the state-of-the-art aluminum production business by delivering clean, renewable energy to power the BC Works smelter for decades to come.

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Peace River Bridge Landscape

Peace River Bridge Twinning

Peace River, Alberta

Improving access to key resource industry areas in northern Alberta, the Peace River Bridge project includes construction of a new bridge structure, with traffic flowing west through Peace River on the new bridge and east through Peace River on the existing bridge twinning 1.6 kilometres of Highway 2 through Peace River, Alberta.

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REM Station Panama Rendering

Réseau express métropolitain (REM) Montréal LRT

Montréal, Québec
The REM is a fully automated, electric LRT network that includes 67 kilometres of double tracks, 3.5 kilometres of tunnels, 26 new accessible stations and park-and-ride facilities with associated bus terminals – a transformative project for commuters.
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Second Narrows Photo Crane With Sand

Second Narrows Water Supply Tunnel

Vancouver, British Columbia

Ensuring reliable delivery of drinking water for Metro Vancouver, the project includes construction of seismic standard shafts, one on each side of Burrard Inlet, connected by a 1,100-metre tunnel.

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Site C Rendering

Site C Generating Station and Spillways (GSS) Civil Works

Fort St. John, British Columbia

The Site C GSS Civil Works is one of the largest contracts to be awarded for the Site C Project – construction of a hydroelectric dam and generating station on the Peace River in northeast British Columbia.

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Marty Harris
Senior Vice President and
Executive Lead
Civil East
416-297-2600 x3769

Michael Derksen
Senior Vice President and
Executive Lead
Civil West
403-293-9300 x3355