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HH Angus has 3 projects in the Top 20 of 2013’s “Top 100?

Canada’s Biggest Infrastructure Projects

Four HH Angus projects are among 2013’s “100 largest infrastructure projects in Canada”, as tabulated by ReNew Canada, the Infrastructure Magazine. Three HH Angus projects are among the Top 20:

#13 – The Toronto Transit Commission’s Spadina Subway Extension – Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Lighting Design & Communications Consulting Engineering

#15 – Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal Redevelopment/CHUM: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering,...

HH Angus’ clients among the best in Canadian P3 projects for 2012

HH Angus has several projects among the recipients of the 2012 CCPPP Awards for Innovation and Excellence.  We congratulate our clients on their achievement:

Gold Award: Centre Hospitalier de I’Université de Montréal (CHUM), and Kelowna and Vernon Hospitals

Silver Award: Humber River Regional Hospital New Acute Care Facility and Fort St. John Hospital and Residental Care Project


HH Angus has 2 projects in Top 10 of “Top 100” & 6 overall – 2012

HH Angus has 2 projects in the Top 10 of the “Top 100″ 2012 – Canada’s Biggest Infrastructure Projects”

Six of our client projects are featured among the 100 largest infrastructure projects in Canada, as tabulated by ‘ReNew Canada, the Infrastructure Magazine’. These include two in the Top 10.

The projects include: The Toronto Transit Commission’s Spadina Subway Extension (#8); CHUM – Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal Redevelopment (#10); SickKids Research Tower (#68); Royal Victoria Hospital (#73); Mississauga...

Laing O’Rourke reaches financial close on CAD$2.1bn hospital

Laing O’Rourke has reached financial close on a major Canadian hospital project worth CAD$2.1bn (£1.3bn). CHUM Collectif, a joint venture formed by Laing O’Rourke, Obrascón, Huarte Lain (OHL), Innisfree, and Dalkia Canada, won the design, build, finance and maintain project that includes a new build 21-storey hospital.

The scheme forms part of the Centre Hospitalier de L’Universite de Montreal (“CHUM”) modernisation programme. All of the joint venture partners are investors in the project through a special purpose private finance entity, their roles are as follows: