Building and Paving Ontario’s Transportation Infrastructure
We have played a significant role in building transportation infrastructure in Ontario since 1912 and our geographic reach now extends through Western Canada, making us a Canadian leader in this field. As a heavy civil contractor that can service very large, complex transportation infrastructure projects – as well as small ones – we have the capability to deliver any project under any delivery mode, locally as well as nationally.
We are very proud of our legacy in Ontario, where we have built and paved many highways and roads and helped build cities through fully-integrated construction services, including the building of bridges, bus rapid transit ways, railways, airports, sea canals and subways.
We use only the best construction materials (cement, concrete and aggregates), which are sourced from our sister companies. No matter the challenges, we are fully committed to meeting tight deadlines within budget, and in the safest manner possible.
We have played a significant role in the construction of airports from Ontario to Western Canada. As a result of our specialized expertise developed over many decades, we have earned recognition as one of the largest and most trusted airfield contractors in Canada. As a testament to our leadership, we were recently selected to construct the largest concrete-paved runway in Canada.
To deliver the highest quality in our airport projects, we work closely with owners and designers. We use our own state-of-the-art equipment and typically utilize raw materials supplied by our sister companies, each a leader in its field.
We have a long history of working in, around, over, and under major waterways. From reconstructing the aging infrastructure of the St. Lawrence Seaway to being part of the team that built the largest hard rock tunnel in the world connecting the Niagara River to the Sir Adam Beck Generating Stations, we have the capability to undertake all marine construction challenges.
Through the use of internal and external resources, we have developed various construction methods to suit each unique marine application. Marine construction can present many challenges, including but not limited to vessels navigating the waterways, ice flows, protection of aquatic life and seasonal operating restrictions. We have a proven track record of completing large marine projects in tight timelines, all the while being sensitive to a multitude of environmental restrictions.
From watermain to sewer and sanitary installation, force mains, roadworks, curb, sidewalk and everything in between, no municipal project is too big or too small for us to execute to our customers’ satisfaction.
Our capabilities range from the early stages of grading excavation and sewers to accommodate new rail track, to the forming and pouring of structural concrete. Our previous projects have included bridge widening, erection of large structural steel girders, rehabilitation of existing steel girders, excavation of rail/road separation and the supply and installation of 4-, 6- and 8-track signal structures.
Our company has played a significant role in the construction of some of Canada’s most relied-upon railway & transit systems. With vertically-integrated construction services and many years of experience working along rail corridors, we are the most logical choice for the management of rail and transit projects.
We were a key partner that recently won the coveted bid to build the Air Rail Link for Metrolinx, which will provide rail service every 15 minutes between downtown Toronto and Pearson International Airport. Whether for project management, rehabilitation or scheduling, we have the certified knowledge and expertise to lead and execute rail and transit projects.
- Asphalt Cement
- Environmental Rehabilitation
- Bridges and Overpasses
- Highways and Roads
- Aggregate Recycling
- Asphalt Paving
- Concrete Paving
- Project Management
- Snow Removal
- Head Office
- 585 Michigan Drive,
Unit 1 Oakville,
Ontario L6L 0G1
- Local +1.905.842.2741
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