Contracts include steel structure of a plant in Northern Alberta and steel components for two bridges
July 27, 2012
by Purchasingb2b Staff
TERREBONNE, QC: ADF Group Inc has been awarded three new contracts in Canada worth a total of $18.7 million. The largest of these contracts concerns the fabrication of the steel structure of a plant in Northern Alberta for a company specializing in the petroleum industry. The company said that the two other contracts are for the fabrication and delivery of steel components for two bridges, one in Calgary and the other in Montreal. The three contracts will be completed by the second quarter of the 2014 fiscal year, said ADF Group Inc.
“These new orders attest to the confidence that our clients have in ADF’s recognized expertise and confirms the corporation positioning and development strategy aimed at increasing its presence in Western Canada and in the public infrastructures segment in Canada,” said Jean Paschini, the company’s chairman of the board and CEO. “We are especially proud to have won a contract in Northern Alberta, since it not only represents ADF’s first contract in the oil industry, but allows ADF to be well-positioned for other similar agreements in the coming months.”