December 19, 2013
Bird Construction announces $400 million in new contracts
Bird Construction Inc. announced on December 19th that it has recently been awarded new contracts totaling approximately $400 million.
The projects involve civil and building construction activity for industrial and institutional clients across Canada, , including a large project to design and construct numerous non-process buildings at the Fort Hills oil sands project located north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Construction of the projects will commence immediately with expected completion dates extending into the spring of 2016.
"These new awards add to Bird's growing work program and will further reflect a sector mix trend towards the industrial market as previously indicated" Bird president and CEO Tim Talbott said.
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