Projects
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.
It will have taken exactly 50 years, but in 2017 the missing 37.9-kilometre link of a 500-kilometre, limited-access highway between Montreal and Boston will, if all stays on scheme and schedule, open for traffic.
With booming business comes booming traffic.
In addition to being responsible for waterborne traffic, Port Metro Vancouver, Canada’s largest and busiest port, also looks after infrastructure – road and rail infrastructure, to be specific.
Touted as the largest public-private highway project in Canada, the massive Autoroute 30 skirting Montreal is much more than just another road job.
Almost five decades after it began, it seems the long-delayed Highway 30 project will finally be completed by the end of this year.
June 30, 2010, Airdrie, Alta. – Motorists are now able to use a revamped interchange in Airdrie, Alta. months ahead of schedule, yielding excellent value for taxpayers.
Perpetual’ pavement, with much longer-than-usual design life (50 years), is helping the City of Hamilton meet its sustainability priorities regarding the Red Hill Valley Parkway (RHVP).
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