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Stantec wins $119m contract extension for HART’s rail project

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Design and engineering agency Stantec has secured a $119m contract extension from the Honolulu Authority for Speedy Transportation (HART) within the US.

This can see the corporate persevering with to supply its building engineering and inspection providers for the east part of HART’s driverless and electrical mild rail undertaking.

Legitimate till 2026, it has the potential of a five-year extension by way of to undertaking completion in 2031.

Stantec undertaking supervisor and transportation enterprise line chief Brian Norris mentioned: “We’re extraordinarily happy with the work we’re doing, and this effort is crucial to delivering the undertaking for the folks of Hawaii.

“Undertaking administration and building administration are development areas for our transportation enterprise, and we proceed to offer this experience throughout markets in North America.”

Designed to attach varied transit and retail hubs on the island of Oahu, HART’s mild rail system is alleged to be totally electrical and the primary driverless mild rail system within the US.

The 20-mile, 21-station elevated system will hyperlink West Oahu with the Honolulu Worldwide Airport, downtown Honolulu, and the Ala Moana Centre.

The inhabitants in Honolulu is anticipated to rise 10% by 2045, with the undertaking anticipated to facilitate this development.

HART government director and CEO Lori Kahikina mentioned: “Offering a connecting backbone by way of downtown, necessary transit centres, and the airport will vastly enhance our transit system. Stantec has been with us from the early days, and we worth their experience and longstanding service in delivering the undertaking.”

In December 2020, Jacobs and Stantec obtained a programme management providers contract from Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx for 4 transit tasks in Higher Toronto Space, Ontario, Canada.

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