Aecon Awarded $60 Million Enbridge Terminal Project

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Aecon Group Inc. announced, coinciding with an investor tour with Raymond James in Edmonton, that it has been awarded a construction contract by Enbridge Pipelines Inc. as part of Enbridge's South Edmonton Terminal Expansion Project. 

The project is located in Edmonton, Alberta and is an expansion of the south portion of the existing Enbridge Terminal. The scope of work for the project includes structural, mechanical and piping installation work as well as pipe fabrication which will be performed in Aecon's facility in Sherwood Park, Alberta.

Work is scheduled for completion in the third quarter 2015.

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