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AECOM to equip Edmonton light rail for $32.5M

Posted on April 14, 2011

AECOM Technology Corp., provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced that it was awarded a $32.5-million contract extension by the City of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, to provide project management and engineering services during construction of Edmonton's Light Rail Transit (LRT) extension from downtown Edmonton to the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

The company recently completed the detailed design phase for the $782-million LRT extension project. Under this extended contract, AECOM will provide project management and engineering services during construction of the two-mile extension.

The construction phase of the project is scheduled to be complete by December 2013 and service to commence in April 2014.

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