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5 projects add $625 million to Bird’s backlog

By Adam Freill   

Construction Infrastructure Institutional

Bird Construction was recently awarded mine infrastructure projects in the east and institutional projects in the west.

Bird Construction will be busy for a number of years after landing $625 million in contracts for five new projects in Eastern and Western Canada. The work includes multi-year civil infrastructure work to support mining operations in Eastern Canada and long-term care projects and a multi-building institutional project in Western Canada.

The long-term care projects will replace and expand bed capacity supporting a growing demand for long-term care services, while the multi-building institutional project involves modernizing and creating new administrative and operational spaces.

“These projects underscore Bird’s expertise and commitment to delivering high-quality, sustainable infrastructure across various sectors,” said Teri McKibbon, president and CEO of Bird. “We are pleased to be selected by our clients to deliver these important projects, leveraging our collaborative style and building constructive relationships throughout both the pre-construction and construction phases of our buildings projects… Significant demand across Bird’s target sectors continues to support a positive outlook for 2024 and beyond.”




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