Black & Veatch provides full infrastructure lifecycle solutions in Canada, backed by more than 55 years of experience in the country.
From technical studies and consulting, to comprehensive EPC or Design-Build projects, we have delivered more than 1,000 projects in Canada. We have worked across multiple sectors, including power, oil & gas, telecommunications, renewables, clean transportation, water and wastewater treatment and the environment, helping our clients evolve alongside smart technologies.
Black & Veatch can mobilize to any scale and self-perform with localized solutions throughout Canada. We have regional offices in Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver, and our local resources are backed by more than 10,000 professionals with additional experience.
Since the late 1960s, we have grown strong and enduring relationships with Canada's power and water utilities. Our track record includes involvement in more than 17,000 megawatts of power generation projects, about 10 percent of Canada's total capacity today. Our business with Canada's water industry continues to thrive; our team is currently designing and overseeing construction on more than $2 billion of water and wastewater infrastructure projects in the Ontario region alone. In Metro Vancouver, our water business has delivered approximately 100 diverse projects over the last 25 years, from drinking water intakes to outfalls and everything in between.
We also work closely with the nation's oil & gas and mining industries, and, backed by our culture and ability to integrate teams, we deliver distributed infrastructure across all weather conditions and locations: from power transmission to telecommunications and from electric vehicle charging networks to water-related green infrastructure.
Black & Veatch Offices in Canada
Black & Veatch EPC Solar PV Expansion Brings More Clean Energy to Canada
Black & Veatch provided engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for an expansion of the existing Sault Ste. Marie 3 (SSM3) solar park, owned by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. The expansion added an estimated 1,600 megawatt-hours per year of clean energy production to the existing solar photovoltaic (PV) facility, located in Ontario, Canada. This expansion is enough to power an additional 167 households.Read More
Natural Gas-Fired Facility Will Meet Over Half of Calgary's Electricity Requirements
Black & Veatch, in partnership with a Canadian constructor, is providing engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) for ENMAX Energy’s new Shepard Energy Centre. This 800 megawatt (MW) natural gas-fired combined cycle facility uses the most advanced natural gas technologies available in the marketplace today. It will provide reliable electricity for over half of Calgary’s 1.2 million metropolitan residents.Read More
Black & Veatch Passes Performance Acceptance at First PRICO-NGL® Facility
Black & Veatch today announced the first facility licensing its proprietary PRICO-NGL® gas processing technology successfully passed performance acceptance. Located in Alberta, Canada, the facility is using PRICO-NGL® to extract valuable natural gas liquids (NGL) from the byproduct gas of oil sands bitumen as it is processed into synthetic crude oil.Read More
Integrated Deep Tunnel Solution Will Eliminate the Impacts of CSOs in Toronto, Improving its Water Quality and Quality of Life
Like many North American cities, some of the older parts of Toronto have a combined sewer system. During extreme wet weather events, stormwater and sanitary sewer flows join. Because of effects from urbanisation, a growing population and the city’s outmoded sewer configuration, run-off from rain and melted snow blends with debris and pollutants from the cityscape and raw sewage from the sanitary system. To address the issue, the city has embarked on a $3 billion, 25-year, multi-stage initiative to upgrade its stormwater control.Read More