Canada-based Bird Construction has finalised a contract with Concert Infrastructure, an investor, developer and manager of public infrastructure.
Bird is a commercial and institutional building construction company.
Under the contract, Bird will design, build, fund and maintain an office complex and training centre for Bruce Power, an electricity supplier in Ontario, Canada.
The contract’s financial terms were not disclosed by either party.
Bird will undertake the design and construction of the project, which is expected to begin shortly. It is a part of the consortium led by Concert Infrastructure.
Construction is expected to be complete by 2019.
Bird president and CEO Ian Boyd said: “This project win is a good example of the success of both the strategic diversification efforts of our industrial work programme and entrance into the nuclear market.
“We are very excited to be working in the early stages of Bruce Power’s reactor refurbishment programme, which is set to begin in 2020 and will run through 2033.”
Located in Kincardine, Ontario, Canada, the project will facilitate Bruce Power with an office complex and training centre for its nuclear refurbishment program.
The new facility includes a 129,000ft² building with two-storey office area with classrooms, amenities, and facilities for nearly 500 employees.
A warehouse training space for the Bruce Power Major Component Replacement projects will be built.
Site services, a stormwater pond, and the extension of a municipal road into the site are included in the project.