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ACCIONA is at the forefront in R&D and innovation, and our construction division is one of the leading construction companies in the world, using the latest techniques to implement its projects.
ACCIONA is one of the leading companies in the private development of infrastructure worldwide, both in terms of number of projects and turnover.
ACCIONA is a water treatment industry front-runner offering the design, construction and operation of drinking water treatment plants, desalination facilities, wastewater treatment plants and tertiary treatment plants for water reuse.
ACCIONA is a worldwide services operator for both private- and public-sector customers based on a business model that is ready to handle any one of a range of services or several services simultaneously and their management
ACCIONA is a global leader in renewable energy. Our energy division has a strong presence, not only in the Unites States and Canada, but in over 15 countries in five continents. The company works exclusively with renewable technologies, specifically in wind, solar PV, solar thermal, hydro and biomass.
Canada's largest infrastructure project
In September of 2008, ACCIONA was contracted by Quebec’s Ministry of Transport to design, finance, build, operate and maintain the new Autoroute 30 (A30 Express) toll road along Montreal’s south shore. The completed A30 was opened to traffic on December 2012.
The Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway is part of the proposed plan to connect Highway 401 in Ontario to Interstate 75 in Michigan, by way of a new Canadian inspection plaza and bridge crossing being constructed by the Federal Government in West Windsor. The Windsor-Essex Parkway will be publicly owned and controlled. It will not be a tolled road.
The Southeast Stoney Trail Highway project comprises of approximately 25 kilometres of a new, six lane divided freeway between 17 Avenue SE (Highway 1A) and the east side of the existing Macleod Trail interchange within the Department owned Transportation/Utility Corridor in the City of Calgary. The design life will be 75 years for structures. All designs will meet national and provincial design codes and technical standards.
ACCIONA Infrastructures brings more than a century of construction and infrastructure development experience to the Fort St. John Hospital and Residential Care Facility project.
The Royal Jubilee Hospital Patient Care Centre is ACCIONA Infrastructures’ first social infrastructure project in Canada. We are committed to bringing our global experience to deliver a first-class facility that will provide measurable benefits to the Victoria community through all stages of the project’s development.
ACCIONA Infrastructure as a Design and Construct JV partner of the Nexus Infrastructure consortium, awarded with the contract to design and construct the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC).