EllisDon Achieves Platinum Elite Recognition in Canada’s Top 100 Infrastructure Projects of 2024

Mississauga, ON, January 19, 2024 — EllisDon has been named a Platinum Elite company by ReNew Canada Magazine for its involvement in 23 projects on this year’s Top 100 Biggest Infrastructure Projects list. Platinum Elite status is given to those organizations involved in 20 or more projects on the Top 100 Projects report.

“We are honoured to achieve Platinum Elite recognition in Canada’s Top 100 Infrastructure Projects of 2024,” said David MacFarlane, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President, Western Canada, EllisDon. “This accolade reflects EllisDon's commitment to excellence and our significant contributions to the development of key projects across the nation. It is a testament to the dedication and expertise of our team and our trade partners in delivering high-quality infrastructure solutions.”

Released annually, ReNew Canada’s Top 100 Projects report features the 100 largest public sector infrastructure projects currently under development in the country. Projects are ranked based on their confirmed project cost (capital or total contracts), and must be in active procurement, assessment, design and/construction. The project must also have funding support before being included in the report.

“Being named a Platinum Elite company by ReNew Canada Magazine underlines EllisDon's position as an industry leader in the infrastructure sector,” said Max Mantha, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President, Eastern Canada, EllisDon. “Our success in 23 projects on the Top 100 Biggest Infrastructure Projects list showcases the depth of our capabilities and the trust our clients place in us. We look forward to continuing our impact on the landscape of Canadian infrastructure.”

EllisDon enjoyed a strong showing on this year’s list, with thirteen projects in Ontario, four in Alberta, four in British Columbia and one each in Nova Scotia and Quebec, for a total combined value of over $64 Billion.

For the full list of projects and to learn more about ReNew Canada’s Top 100 Projects report, click here: