October 3, 2012
VIDEO: Aecon completes first phase of Toronto subway extension construction
Aecon Group Inc. recently finished the first phase of a tunnel boring project on the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension.
Don Brophy, senior vice-president for Aecon Constructors, briefed investors and financial analysts at its Investor Day at the King Edward hotel in downtown Toronto.
Aecon has a $279 million contract to construct the Sheppard West and south tunnels, part of a larger plan to extend the Toronto Transit Commission’s subway system north to a terminal near Highways 7 and 400 in the neighbouring City of Vaughan.
For more information on Aecon and its transit projects in the Toronto area, please see the following stories in the Daily Commercial News:
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