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Carillion wins £360M Toronto station job

The city of Toronto has appointed Carillion to revitalise its Union rail station.

The £360M project will include restoration of heritage features in the existing station, the construction of a new upper-level transport concourse and a retail concourse beneath the station.

Carillion Canada, which will act as the construction manager for the five-year project, said this year the firm’s business had seen a significant development due to strong positions in Public Private Partnership projects and road maintenance markets.

The building firm anticipates further growth in Canada as it continues to expand, following its acquisition of Ontario based Vanbots Construction a year ago.

Carillion chief executive John McDonough said: “We are delighted to have been selected by the city of Toronto to deliver this prestigious project, which further reinforces Carillion Canada’s reputation for delivering high-quality projects through integrating its wide range of skills and resources.”

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