Member Companies Update: July 30, 2020

A roundup of latest news and developments from some of The Beavers members throughout North America.

Aecon reports second quarter 2020 results

Despite the impact of COVID-19 on Aecon’s second quarter results, our ability to respond with agility during these challenging times to deliver our services effectively, while ensuring the health and safety of our dedicated employees, combined with achieving the highest backlog in Aecon’s history, demonstrates the resilience of our diversified portfolio,” said Jean-Louis Servranckx, President & CEO, Aecon Group Inc.


Ken Aldridge is newly appointed to the construction industry round table board

The Construction Industry Round Table (CIRT), is a national business trade association comprised exclusively of approximately 125 chief executives from the leading design and construction companies doing business in the United States and globally.


Hayward’s Fire Station #6 & Fire Training Center Project Awarded to Amoroso

The project will be handled by our Northern California office. Construction is set to begin on August 17, 2020. Construction consists of nine new buildings/structures plus site/landscape improvements: Fire House/Classroom Building, Apparatus Building, Hangar Building, Training Tower, Burn Building, Storage Buildings, Underground Search & Rescue (USAR)/BART Structure, Covered Break Area Building, and Entry Structure.


Balfour Beatty US Civils Southeast Region Delivers Milestone Safety Record

Balfour Beatty’s US Civils team safely achieves more than four million hours without a lost time incident in the southeast operating region. This safety milestone and record celebrates five years of safely delivering construction projects and the company’s commitment to its Zero Harm culture to protect the safety and well-being of project teams, trade partners and the public.


Bechtel Elevates Jack Futcher to Vice Chairman; Appoints Craig Albert President and Chief Operating Officer

Bechtel Group, Inc. announced today that Craig Albert, who has led the company’s Infrastructure business unit since 2016, will succeed Jack Futcher as president and chief operating officer of Bechtel Group, Inc. Futcher, who plans to retire at the end of 2020 following a 40-year career, will serve as the company’s vice chairman until then and afterwards will remain as a non-executive director on the company’s board.