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News » International » Work begins on Canadian factory for General Electric » published 29 Aug 2016

Work begins on Canadian factory for General Electric

PCL Constructors Canada has been appointed to build a factory for General Electric (GE) in Welland in the Canadian province of Ontario.

The “Brilliant Factory” will be the first of its kind  in Canada.

The team also CSO Architects in joint venture with B+H Architects, structural consultant Entuitive​/Thornton Tomasetti and mechanical and electrical consultant HH Angus & Associates, with Lea Consulting responsible for site services.

“As GE’s construction management partner, PCL is honoured to celebrate construction start and we congratulate GE and partners on their inspiring vision which is bringing investment to the Niagara Region,” said PCL Toronto senior vice president and district manager Mike Wieninger.​ ​

“In collaboration with our valued partners, we look forward to delivering this first-of-its-kind facility in Canada that will couple the company's long history of industrial innovation with cutting-edge data science and analytics expertise.”

The multi-modal facility will manufacture GE Power’s reciprocating gas engines, components for compression, mechanical drive, and power generation. Substantial completion is expected by the end of next year, with production expected to begin in spring 2018.



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This article was published on 29 Aug 2016 (last updated on 29 Aug 2016).

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