EDMONTON, Alberta – The PCL family of companies is being recognized for contributing to the building of Canada’s infrastructure. PCL has been awarded Platinum status from ReNew Canada magazine for being involved in 13 of the magazine’s 2012 Top 100 infrastructure projects in Canada.
The projects in which the PCL family of companies is involved account for nearly $7.5 billion of the record $114 billion being invested in the 2012 Top 100 projects.
“The scope of our work spans the fields of healthcare, justice and correctional facilities, transportation, and education, and we are proud to play a role in reinforcing and creating our country’s infrastructure system,” said Paul Douglas, PCL president and CEO. “There is still a lot of infrastructure work to be done, and we look forward to being involved in more projects in 2013.”
Notable projects include the Humber River Regional Hospital, Calgary Airport Authority Parallel Runway project, SAIT Polytechnic Trades and Technology Complex, and the MaRS Discovery Centre Phase 2.
The annual Top 100 report is a ranking, by cost, of the biggest infrastructure projects in Canada. It is released with the January/February issue of ReNew Canada magazine. magazine.
Top 100 Platinum status is awarded to companies involved as key players in ten or more infrastructure projects on the Top 100 list.
ABOUT THE PCL FAMILY OF COMPANIES
The PCL family of companies is a group of independent construction companies which carry out diverse operations in the civil infrastructure, heavy industrial, and buildings markets. Together, these companies have an annual construction volume of more than $5 billion, making PCL the largest contracting organization in Canada and one of the largest in the United States. Major offices are strategically located in 25 major North American centers to support work across Canada, the continental United States, Alaska, the Hawaiian Islands, the Caribbean, and Australia. Watch us build at www.pcl.com