ACS consortium wins Ottawa subway contract
MADRID Dec 5 (Reuters) - A consortium led by Spanish infrastructure company ACS and Canadian construction company SNC Lavalin has won a contract worth C$2.1 billion (US$2.11 billion) to build the subway of Ottawa, a spokesman for ACS said on Wednesday.
The contract also includes a concession to operate the subway during 30 years and the construction of a portion of a motorway, the spokesman said.
ACS and SNC Lavalin both own a 40 percent stake in the consortium, while Canadian construction services company Ellis Don has a 20 percent stake.
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