Bruce A Nuclear Generating Station Refurbishment to Cost an Extra $1 billion



    TORONTO, Jan. 17 /CNW/ - The 10-largest infrastructure projects in
Canada, ranked by dollar value and size, are featured in ReNew Canada
magazine's third-annual Top 10 list. Ontario's Bruce A pushed its way to the
No. 1 position with the decision to now replace all fuel channels in Unit 4,
taking construction costs from $4.25 billion to $5.25 billion.
    Six of the Top 10 are energy-related. The overall list is dominated by
transportation, energy and healthcare projects.
    As a supplement to ReNew Canada's January/February issue, the Top 100
Canadian Infrastructure Projects has been released. It includes
20 transportation projects, only two of which are public transit and 21 energy
projects, nine of which involve renewables (wind and hydro). Out of 100
projects, 24 are public-private partnership (P3) models.





For further information:

For further information: For a copy of the Top 100 List contact: Mira
Shenker, mira@renewcanada.net, (416) 444-5842 x 113, renewcanada.net,
top100projects.ca

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