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Friday March 25th, 2016

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Airport in the land of the Inuit

In the Great Canadian North, in the heart of the deserted province of Nunavut, the Arctic Infrastructure Partners consortium, led by Bouygues Building Canada, is carrying out the extension of the Iqaluit airport. An atypical project which comprises in particular the design and construction of a new terminal, and the renovation of the current runways, all this on […]

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