Alberta spends on roads, schools and hospitals
April 24, 2007
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Alberta's budget released April 19 announced record spending. Over the next three years the province has promised ...
Alberta’s budget released April 19 announced record spending. Over the next three years the province has promised to spend $18 billion on building projects such as roads, schools and hospitals. Municipalities are allocated $4.3 billion over three years to upgrade public transportation and build affordable housing. Schools are to get $1.3 billion, and hospitals will have $3 billion.
The province’s booming economy has meant a booming construction market, rising demand, and a big increase in construction costs.