FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ranked Platinum in ReNew Canada’s 2017 Top 100 Projects Report
PASADENA, CA (January 16, 2017) – Parsons is pleased to announce that the corporation has received a platinum ranking in ReNew Canada’s 2017 Top 100 Infrastructure Projects report for its work on 17 of Canada’s largest infrastructure projects based on cost. Representing more than CAD $43 billion and spanning five provinces as well as the Northwest Territories, these 17 projects encompass railway, light rail transit, bus rapid transit, subway, highway, bridge, port, and environmental remediation market sectors.
“Building strong public transit networks and efficient trade and transportation infrastructure is key to Canada’s prosperity and quality of life,” said Michael Johnson, Parsons Group President. “From working on the first subway line in Toronto to our work today on some of the most transformative infrastructure projects in the country, we remain committed to bringing cutting-edge technology, world-class expertise, and broad-based experience to all our projects.”
In addition to the Giant Mine Remediation project, Parsons is engaged in nine of ReNew Canada’s reported 23 transit sector projects and seven of the 18 transportation sector projects, including the CAD $9.1 billion Eglinton Crossroads Light Rail Transit and the CAD $5 billion Southwest Calgary Ring Road. Parsons is providing a full range of services on its ReNew Canada top-rated projects―from project inception and startup, through execution, to testing and closeout—including alternative project delivery solutions, financing, project planning, environmental services, design, traffic engineering, program management, construction, and construction oversight.
ReNew Canada’s 2017 Top 100 Infrastructure Projects list, which includes project descriptions, funding sources, and key players, shows more than a CAD $25 billion increase in project values from 2016’s CAD $161.3 billion. The energy sector represented the largest overall capital investment, while the transit sector was second and transportation was third. Parsons’ listed projects can be viewed on ReNew Canada’s Top 100 website.