CALGARY, May 13, 2020 /CNW/ - Stuart Olson Inc. (TSX: SOX) ("Stuart Olson" or the "Company") today announced that its Industrial Group has been awarded a three and a half year contract valued at an estimated $120 million to provide turnaround and maintenance services to TransAlta Corporation's Alberta thermal power plants.
"This contract award represents an important win for our Industrial Group as it highlights our ability, even within a challenging market environment, to attract new customers, grow market share and diversify end markets. This win by our Industrial Group is a strong demonstration of our ability to leverage our full service capacities as we continue to execute on our diversification strategy," said David LeMay, Stuart Olson's President and Chief Executive Officer.
The estimated contract award amount will be added to second quarter 2020 backlog.
ABOUT STUART OLSON INC.
Stuart Olson Inc. provides general contracting and electrical building systems contracting in the public and private construction markets as well as general contracting, electrical, mechanical and specialty trades, such as insulation, cladding and asbestos abatement, in the industrial construction and services market. The Company operates office locations and projects throughout Western Canada, Ontario and the territories. In 2020 Stuart Olson was recognized as one of Alberta's Top Employers for the fourth consecutive year. Stuart Olson's common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "SOX". www.stuartolson.com
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- Stuart Olson's backlog and the implication that such backlog will be converted into revenues;
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- economic conditions.
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For further information: David LeMay, President and Chief Executive Officer, Stuart Olson Inc., (403) 685-7777, Email: [email protected]; Dean Beacon, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Stuart Olson Inc., (403) 685-7777, Email: [email protected]