Construction

Contracting business continued to expand its customer base Wednesday when it pulled the trigger on its second M&A transaction of 2021.
Project involves replacing several steel and concrete components of the Union Bridge as well as widening the Hull Causeway
Projects could include renovating HVAC systems, installing water bottle refilling stations to boost access to safe drinking water and reconfiguring rooms with new walls and doors.
University of Ottawa engineering grad joined the company in 1984 and was named CEO in 2012.
Firm has appointed Tamara Gauthier, Robert Langlois, Matthew Morkem, Tracy O’Brien, Joël Primeau, Steve Saxton, Sarah Vereault and Jane Wilson associates.
It's the second major contract the Quebec firm has won for a project in the National Capital Region over the last two months.
The $35-million project to replace the existing U.K. diplomatic headquarters at 80 Elgin St. is expected to be completed in 2022.
Building systems and components are “overdue” for rehabilitation following various emergency repairs and maintenance dating back to the 1990s.
The new storage facility will house some 25 million historical and archaeological artifacts.
Shoring, excavation and site remediation work slated to start this fall, with main construction to begin in summer 2021.