MINING

Whether it is removing overburden with an oversized rock truck or constructing a new service road with a giant bulldozer, Penny is comfortable behind the wheel of any piece of mining equipment.
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Aecon Mining offers turnkey services for both mine installations and contract mining with a reputation for safety, reliability and performance, while spanning the entire scope of a project’s life cycle from overburden removal and resource extraction to processing and environmental reclamation.

“With a combined workforce of 2,000 skilled employees and a modern fleet of more than 600 pieces of heavy and specialty equipment, Aecon Mining has significant resources, expertise and in-depth knowledge, operating in some of the most remote regions in Canada,” said Phil Ward, Executive Vice President, Aecon Mining. “With an unwavering focus on Aecon’s ‘Safety First’ core value, our mandate is to become the preferred contractor in Canada’s mining industry.”

AECON 2013 REVENUE FROM MINING SEGMENT:
$706 Million

2013 REVENUE BY SEGMENT (%)

$3
Billion
32% Infrastructure
45% Energy
23% Mining
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BACKLOG, as at December 31, 2013:
$77 million
2013 Recurring Revenue From MINING:
$299 million

SECTOR OUTLOOK

In 2013, Aecon Mining successfully completed the expansion of the Rocanville potash facility in Saskatchewan. Major oil sands mining projects are under way in northern Alberta with combined development costs of close to $20 billion. Aecon Mining’s commitment in 2014 is to capitalize on targeted opportunities across the mining industry, particularly in the potash and oil sands sectors.

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