7‑Eleven Canada extends environmental services contract with Parsons
The extension continues a relationship that dates back nearly 30 years.
Parsons announced that that the company has been awarded a multi-year extension of its environmental master services agreement with 7-Eleven Canada to provide exclusive environmental services for the company’s operations.
“Parsons has provided exclusive environmental services to 7-Eleven Canada for nearly 30 years,” said Mike Johnson, Parsons group president in a company release. “We’re proud that our excellent work has earned us the opportunity to continue providing these services that benefit not only the 7-Eleven company, but also the communities in which the company operates.”
With nearly 700 convenience stores and fuel retail outlets in Canada, 7-Eleven currently operates in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.
Parsons’ work for 7-Eleven Canada includes environmental site assessments, site remediation, hazardous materials surveys, fuel facility decommissioning, due diligence/acquisition support services, construction support, and other general environmental/remediation services.