Over the life of the $1 Billion Muskrat Falls contract, Astaldi Canada plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in supplies and services.
Astaldi has earned three prestigious Ingersoll-Rand Italy awards for Hydroelectric projects located in the Congo, Turkey and Honduras
The Muskrat Falls Project is expected to take 4 years, and an estimated 500,000 cubic meters of concrete and 26,000 metric tones of reinforcing steel is expected to be used.
In 2012 the Astaldi acquired the Canadian company T.E.Q., a specialist in the civil works and project management sector with yearly revenues of about 50 million CAD.
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