Projects
With over six million Canadians already living within the Greater Toronto Area, and a projected growth to upwards of nine million in the next 20 years, expansion of transportation infrastructure has become vital to support the ever-increasing population.
April 2, 2015 – Ontario has officially completed the purchase of 87 pieces of property needed for the expansion of Highway 7 between Kitchener and Guelph.
Nine hundred and fifty kilometres north of Quebec City, Stornoway Diamond Corporation is investing $811 million in capital expenditures in the province’s first diamond mine.
Dec. 10, 2014 - The Speedsville road bridge that crosses Highway 401 in Cambridge is almost complete. 
With aircraft all around, airport security tight, intricate paving specifications and regulations galore to follow, resurfacing a 3,353-metre runway at the Winnipeg Richardson International Airport this year was an exercise in strict attention to the details.
Concrete Pavement Preservation techniques are not new in Canada and the U.S. It has been almost 50 years since grooving and grinding was first demonstrated on concrete roads in California in 1965.
When you consider that Canada and the United States traded over $600 billion in 2013, it is easy to understand why the highway infrastructure near Ontario’s border crossings would be a high priority for the Ministry of Transportation.
Rome, as we’ve all heard, wasn’t built in a day, and the same principle holds true for road building.
When Larry Van Wyck was told there were thousands of tonnes of recycled aggregate available which could be delivered for free to a location of his choice, he jumped at the opportunity to acquire the resource.
The Hagersville Tire Fire in February of 1990 provided a rude awakening for the Ontario Ministry of Environment.
At Canada’s busiest airport, making sure  the runways get paved and completed on time is quite the job.
It was the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history.
When the Ontario Ministry of Transportation announced its 2012-2016 Southern Highways Program, the Hanlon Expressway in Guelph, Ont., was included as a focal point for significant infrastructure upgrades.
Construction is underway on the replacement of Montreal’s Turcot Interchange.
A first-of-its-kind fast-track event involving three outstanding Toronto-based contractors and a slew of Hitachi excavators took place over Canada’s Thanksgiving weekend.
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