Flatiron's Canadian Division specializes in public-private partnership transportation projects, with permanent offices in British Columbia and Alberta, and major operations in Manitoba and Quebec.
VP and Division Manager
Since expanding into the Canadian market in 2004, Flatiron’s Canadian presence has grown from a two-man team to more than 1,000 employees across Canada. The Division has successfully completed major public-private partnership and design-build projects across the country, with other major projects underway, including the Northeast Anthony Henday Drive project in Edmonton and the Champlain Bridge project in Montreal, among others. The Canadian team also builds industrial infrastructure in the Alberta Oil Sands region.
Key ProjectsRed Deer InterchangeAthabasca River BridgePort Mann Bridge - Highway 1Winnipeg InterchangeRuskin DamChamplain BridgeNortheast Anthony Henday DriveEdmonton North Light Rail Transit TunnelNorthwest Anthony Henday DriveKicking Horse Pass
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