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Cianbro CEO Continues Campaign for $1 Billion Maine East-West Tollroad

Posted on September 18, 2008
Cianbro president Peter Vigue will champion his company's proposed $1 billion Maine East-West tollroad at the Atlantic Province Trucking Association's first-ever International Transportation Summit, October 22, in Halifax, NS. The privately funded and constructed 260-kilometre, four-lane highway from Calais, Maine, to the Quebec-Maine border near Sherbrooke, Quebec. will cut approximately five hours from the trip from Calais to Montreal, according toVigue. He views the route as an efficient way to link Canadian container ports and U.S. markets. "Our [...]

OMERS to Acquire Maxxam Analytics

Posted on August 25, 2008
Maxxam Analytics International Corporation has announced that it has entered into a definitive acquisition agreement with OCPI MA Holdings Inc., an acquisition vehicle majority-owned by OMERS Administration Corporation and OMERS Capital Partners — the entity responsible for OMERS' private equity investments. John Martin, chairman of Maxxam's board of directors, said, "The acquisition of Maxxam by OMERS provides a good outcome for shareholders that fully reflects both the company's current performance and its potential, while keeping Maxxam Canadian-owned." Paul [...]

SNC-Lavalin and SKM Awarded Australia Contract

Posted on August 21, 2008
The SNC-Lavalin and Sinclair Knight Merz Joint Venture (SSJV) have been awarded a contract worth approximately CAN $92 million (AUD $94 million) to provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for the major sustaining projects for Rio Tinto Alcan's 550,000 tpa Boyne Smelter in Gladstone, Queensland, Australia. The scope includes the replacement of Carbon Baking Furnaces 1 and 2, as well as the replacement of cranes and associated runways on Reduction Lines 1 and 2. The project is split 50/50 between brownfield and greenfield [...]

Pure Technologies Holds Buried Pipelines Conference

Posted on August 14, 2008
Pure Technologies Ltd., a company involved in the development and application of technologies for inspection, monitoring, and management of physical infrastructure, recently hosted an international workshop on asset management and loss prevention strategies for buried pipelines. Over seventy-five participants from nine countries representing water agencies, consultants, and oil and gas pipeline operators attended the two-day workshop, held in Calgary. "This is the third time we have hosted this conference, and the first year that we have included an oil [...]
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