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March 7, 2005
Aecon gets Halifax project
Toronto-based Aecon Group Inc. has announced that its Atlantic buildings division has been selected as construction manager on a $19-million expansion and renovation at Halifax’s IWK Health Centre.
The project includes 48,000 square feet of new construction, 36,000 square feet of redevelopment of existing pediatric space and 22,000 square feet of infill for the facility’s research and clinical care building.
Work is expected to be completed by July on the project at the family-centred care facility, the largest children’s hospital east of Montreal.
Aecon Group chairman and chief executive officer John Beck said the project highlights his firm’s “ongoing commitment to serving the Atlantic region, an area we believe is poised for growth.”
Aecon Group Inc. is Canada’s largest publicly traded construction and infrastructure development company.
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