Armtec scores $30 million in GTA infrastructure projects

Company will manufacture components and design parking structures for customers in the GTA, including GO Transit.

December 29, 2011   by Canadian Manufacturing Daily Staff

GUELPH—Armtec Infrastructure Inc. has secured a number of rail infrastructure projects worth more than $30 million within the Greater Toronto Area.

The company will design and manufacture infrastructure products for the West Toronto Diamond rail-to-rail grade separation and two parking garages supporting the GO Transit network.

For the West Toronto Diamond project, Armtec has been subcontracted to supply 10,200 square metres of it Flexwall architectural panels and 100 precast bridge girders.

The project is scheduled to get underway in 2012.

In addition, the company has started work on designing and manufacturing two parking structures totalling 80,000 square metres for GO Transit’s Oakville and Ajax stations.

Armtec will design and supply all the components, including double tees, beams, spandrels, columns, shear walls, column walls and exterior architectural wall panels.

The Oakville garage is set for completion during the summer of 2012 and Ajax is estimated to be finished by the end of the same year.

Armtec is a manufacturer and of infrastructure products and engineered construction solutions.

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