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Flatiron Again Named Top Employer for Young People in Canada

Richmond, British Columbia (May 6, 2015) – For the second year in a row, Flatiron has been named a Top Employer for Young People in Canada.

Canada’s Top Employers for Young People is an editorial competition organized by the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project. For 14 years, this special designation has recognized employers that offer the nation’s most attractive workplaces and programs for younger employees, helping them advance and build their careers.

“The best employers realize that their youngest employees value the opportunity to contribute to the organization and society,” says Kristina Leung, senior editor for Canada’s Top 100 Employers project at Mediacorp Canada Inc., which manages the competition.

Flatiron has won numerous best workplace awards in Canada since 2012. Flatiron internships, co-ops and entry-level positions offer hands-on experience and on-the-job training on some of the most exciting infrastructure and transportation construction projects in North America. The company gives interns and recent college graduates the opportunity to apply academic training and skills in a real-world setting. Learn more about working at Flatiron at flatironcon.wpengine.com/Careers.

This year’s list includes 90 employers chosen by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers based on their programs for younger workers. View the full list and additional details at the Canada’s Top 100 website at www.CanadasTop100.com/young_people.

Flatiron, with an annual construction volume of more than $1 billion, develops innovative solutions to build roads, bridges, highways, rail transit, runways, dams, water treatment and storage facilities, and other projects for both public and private clients. Flatiron delivers projects through a variety of contracting methods, including design-build and public private partnerships.

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