Aecon-Six Nations (A6N) is a successful joint venture between Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation and Aecon. The Six Nations of the Grand River is comprised of the Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Cayuga, Onondaga and Tuscarora nations, representing
the largest population of all First Nations in Canada. A6N is majority owned by the Six Nations and operates in Southwestern Ontario, specifically within the Haldimand Tract, an area of historical significance to the people of Six Nations. A6N provides
a broad range of utility-related work within the gas, fibre, forestry and hydro sectors and currently employs over 80 Indigenous employees at the peak of construction season. A6N’s work includes:
- Installation of 21 kilometres of pipeline to extend a watermain to provide potable drinking water to two public schools located on the Six Nations reserve.
- Two crucial civil works projects at the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station in Kincardine, Ontario;
- Hydro One’s installation of the Niagara Reinforcement Hydro Transmission Line;
- Bell Fibre Optic Internet installation for residents across Southwestern Ontario;
- Union Gas directional drilling services and forestry clearing across the province; and
- Ministry of Transportation Ontario/Capital Paving, Highway 7 expansion of 9 hectares.