Kiewit is a leader in the construction and mining industries throughout North America. Since the early 1940s, Kiewit has been building projects throughout Canada. Kiewit’s Eastern Canada District has earned a reputation for successfully delivering–on time and within budget–some of the largest and most challenging projects, such as the LA-1 and LG-1 powerhouses in James Bay; marine excavation for the Manic 5 hydropower complex; construction of the Grand-Mère Powerhouse; and infrastructure development for the Voisey’s Bay, Diavik and Raglan mines.
Our projects include highways, bridges, mass transit, mine site development and open pit operations, hydroelectric powerhouses, wind-power plants, dams and industrial.
With extensive resources that include talented people, in-depth market knowledge, equipment and unparalleled experience, we are uniquely qualified to handle any size project.
Kiewit’s Eastern Canada District conducts its operations though Construction Kiewit Cie and Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co., part of the Kiewit Infrastructure Group and both subsidiaries of Kiewit Corporation.