Carillion wins Canadian contracts worth over $150m

UK firm Carillion and subsidiary Bouchier Group have signed contracts worth over $150m to provide facilities management services to energy giant Royal Dutch Shell in the Canadian province of Alberta.

The three-year contract will begin this month and can be extended for an additional two years.

The company has also been awarded contracts by Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) and the Department of National Defence Canada.

The CNRL deal involves the provision of a range of infrastructure and site support services. The Defence Construction Canada Forces Housing Agency involves the provision of hard facilities management services for 1,685 military accommodation units at Canadian Forces Base, Petewawa (pictured).

Richard Howson, Carillion’s chief executive, said: "We are delighted to have secured further support services contracts for long-term customers, which further enhance the good progress being made by our support services business in Canada.  

"We look forward to working with these customers and to building on the strong relationships we have already established through providing value-for-money services that deliver significant operational efficiencies."

Image: Canadian Forces Base, Petewawa (Carillion)

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