Aecon Infrastructure has decades of experience building some of Canada’s most notable highways and infrastructure projects.
From designing and constructing airport terminals, highways and hydroelectric dams, to excavating subway tunnels and utility corridors, Aecon Infrastructure is a trusted leader in developing critical infrastructure that keeps Canada’s economy vibrant and growing.
By continuously investing in our employees and equipping them with leading-edge technology and the latest equipment, Aecon Infrastructure is well-positioned to adapt to emerging market opportunities while providing unparalleled service to both public and private sector clients.
Aecon is designing and building the three-kilometre elevated spur line and new passenger train station at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, as part of a joint venture. Once opened, the Air Rail Link will connect Pearson Airport with Toronto’s Union Station, Canada’s two busiest transportation hubs.
Aecon is a construction partner in connecting the northwest and southeast parts of Edmonton’s Anthony Henday Ring Road. The project involves the construction of 27 kilometres of divided roadway, nine interchanges, two road flyovers, eight rail crossings, and two bridges across the North Saskatchewan River, for a total of 46 bridge structures.
Aecon is playing a significant role in the redevelopment and expansion of four hydroelectric generating stations on the Lower Mattagami River in northern Ontario.
Aecon is replacing two water supply tunnels under British Columbia’s Fraser River as part of a larger joint venture. The work includes the sinking of two shafts, installation of welded steel pipe lining, and construction of two valve chambers.
Aecon is leading a group that is extending the Toronto Transit Commission’s Spadina subway line 2.6 kilometres north from the existing Downsview station to the new Sheppard West station and on to the new Finch West station. Aecon is also building the new three-level Sheppard West station that includes access to GO Transit’s Barrie rail line.
As part of the Waneta Dam expansion, Aecon is designing and constructing an intake structure, twin tunnels and a powerhouse downstream of the dam on the Pend d’Oreille River in southern British Columbia.
Aecon successfully achieved project completion and saw the first plane land at the state-of-the-art Greenfield airport in Quito, Ecuador. Work on the engineer/procure/construct contract involved all critical infrastructure for the new airport including the passenger terminal, runways, control tower, ancillary buildings, as well as the supply and integration of the IT, navigation and security systems.
Project: Quito International Airport
Client: Republic of Ecuador, Municipality of Quito
Location: Quito, Ecuador
41%Infrastructure ($1.215 Billion)
35%Energy ($1.019 Million)
23%Mining ($677 Million)
1%Concessions ($42 Million)
Total ($2.947 Billion)
Aecon Infrastructure is well positioned to adapt to growing market opportunities while providing seamless service to public and private sector clients.
Project: Air Rail Link
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Project: Anthony Henday Ring Road
Client: Capital City Link General Partnership
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Project: Lower Mattagami River Hydroelectric Project
Client: Ontario Power Generation
Location: Fraserdale, Ontario (approximate location)
Project: Port Mann Tunnel
Client: Metro Vancouver
Location: Coquitlam, British Columbia
Project: Waneta Dam
Client: Columbia Power Corporation
Location: Trail, British Columbia (approximate location)
Project: Spadina Subway Extension
Client: Toronto Transit Commission
Location: Toronto, Ontario