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ReNew Canada's Top 100 List out now - COWI North America Projects make top 25


Two COWI North America projects featured

​The Top 100 Projects Report for 2017 from ReNew Canada is an impressive list featuring the biggest infrastructure projects in Canada. Two COWI North America's projects made the top 25 this year. The Southwest Calgary Ring Road project is at number 9 and the Regina Bypass Project is number 24.

This year's list see's the biggest growth in energy projects (29) followed by LRT (14). The value of all the featured projects amounts to $187 billion, up from $161.3 billion in 2016's.

Here's more on COWI North America's projects:  

#9 - Southwest Calgary Ring Road
  • Location: Calgary, Alberta
  • Project Value: $5 billion
  • Funding Source: Public
  • Description: The Southwest Calgary Ring Road will extend from Lott Creek Boulevard on Glenmore Trail/Highway 8 south to Macleod Trail (Highway 2A) and is approximately 21 kilometres long. The project will also include approximately 10 kilometres of connector road upgrades. COWI North America's assignment includes the design of highway interchange structures.
#24 - Regina Bypass Project
  • Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Project Value: $1.88 billion
  • Funding Source: P3
  • Description: This bypass is the largest infrastructure project in Saskatchewan’s history. The project consists of a free flow highway corridor through the Regina region, which includes approximately 58 kilometres of four-lane highway (including 40 kilometres of new highway) and service roads along with 10 new interchanges, and three new intersections. COWI North America's assignment consists of the design of six (6) highway interchange structures, as a subconsultant to the Construction Joint Venture's Design Lead, Parsons.
The full list can be accessed here.

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First published in 2005, ReNew Canada magazine covers the financing, design, construction, and planning of Canada’s public infrastructure. Learn more at  http://renewcanada.net.


The Top 100 Projects report is now in its 11th year of publication and ranks public projects by cost, including descriptions, funding sources, and key players. The list excludes privately held oil and gas developments.

LAST UPDATED: 21.06.2017