When factored to include the long-term cost to maintain and rehabilitate both the existing Trillium Line and its new extension, the total project is valued at $1.6 billion.
Along with a relocation in Montreal and name change, three longstanding associates Roberto Campos, Bruno Morin and Pascale Tétrault have been named partners in the firm.
Toronto adding six new GO/SmartTrack stations and Ottawa’s LRT Stage 2 gets $50M boost.
“The project needed to be delivered under a tight, fast-track time frame without interrupting service along the transit corridor.” -John Elliot
The awards will be presented on November 15 at a special ITA Tunnelling Awards ceremony held during the global AFTES Congress in Paris, November 13-16.