August 19, 2013
SNC-Lavalin gets CANCAP
SNC-Lavalin and subsidiary PAE Inc. have been awarded the contract by the federal government for the second round of the Canadian Forces Contractor Augmentation Program (CANCAP).
The joint venture previously provided logistical support to the country’s military in Bosnia, Kabul and Kandahar.
Worth about $400 million, the new contract includes an initial five-year term, with two possible two-year extensions and the potential for a final 10th year.
The CANCAP initiative helps provide support in various areas of the military including material management and distribution, communications, equipment maintenance, construction engineering, power supply and distribution, water supply and distribution, roads and grounds services.
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