Kentz, the engineering and construction group, has been awarded a contract for the planning and execution of the structural, electrical and piping work for Syncrude's Aurora North Mine relocation project in Canada.
The contract with one of the largest producers of crude oil from Canada's oil sands is worth C$128m (around £80.8m), and will also see the firm work as the general contractor for the project.
Christian Brown, Chief Executive of Kentz Group said: "Kentz has an excellent track record of delivery on remote projects and alignment with client values of safety and environmental awareness."
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The firm has been operating in Canada for five years and has over 600 staff members in the region.
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