OTTAWA — Montreal-based Beton Concept A.M. has announced it has set up shop in Ottawa under the name Atwill-Morin Structure.
The company specializes in commercial concrete and repair, with services addressing structural degradation and deterioration in such structures as parking garages. It often undertakes structural reinforcement with the use of carbon fibre wraps, stated an Oct. 25 release.
The firm was recently awarded a $6-million contract for the restoration of 40,000 square feet of parking facilities at the Lester B. Pearson building on Sussex Drive in Ottawa. The structure, which houses offices for Global Affairs Canada, was opened in 1973. Work is to be completed in 2020.
“We are building on a strong reputation for quality of service and durability of works,” said the firm’s president and CEO Nicolas Croteau in the release.
“Providing services for the maintenance of landmarks like this one and others like it in the nation’s capital and beyond is a market we were made for and one that is destined to grow exponentially.”
Atwill-Morin will also work on a $2.8-million project to renovate staircases for Library and Archives Canada.
The firm’s new Ottawa offices are located on Albert Street.
In the past three years, Beton Concept A.M. has experienced volume growth from $3.5 million to $22 million and now employs more than 100 people.