EllisDon Corporation - EllisDon Capital

Company description

EllisDon is an employee-owned global construction services company headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It maintains offices throughout Canada and two in the United Arab Emirates and also operates in the United States and the West Indies. Most projects are within Canada, but it was worked on projects in distant locations like Latvia and Lithuania. Completing in excess of $2.5 billion in new construction annually, EllisDon employs approximately 1,400 people, of which 1,014 are in Canada.

Founded in London, Ontario, the company's name is derived from the names of the founders, Don Smith and David Ellis Smith. EllisDon was the first Can­adian contractor to purchase and operate its own tower crane in 1956. It established the first fully computerized accounting and cost-control system used in the industry.

Company details

1004 Middlegate Road, Suite 1000 Mississauga, Ontario L4Y 1M4

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Company updates

  • October 03, 2023

    USD272.5 million Contract awarded for Treatment Centre PPP project in Canada

    Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and CHEO have awarded a CAD371.37 million (US$ 272.5 million) contract for the CHEO Integrated Treatment Centre Redevelopment (1Door4Care) project in Canada.

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  • June 01, 2023

    RFP closed for Treatment Centre PPP project in Canada

    Infrastructure Ontario has announced that the request for proposals (RFP) stage has closed for teams to submit their bids to design, build and finance the 1Door4Care: CHEO Integrated Treatment Centre...

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  • May 26, 2023

    RFP launched for 875 Heron Road Rehabilitation Project in Canada

    Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) has launched a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Rehabilitation of the Taxation Data Centre Complex (875 Heron Road) in Ottawa. The following qual...

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  • May 24, 2023

    RFP issued for High School PPP project in USA

    Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) has issued an RFP to the 3 teams shortlisted for Phase 2 of its Blueprint Schools public-private partnership (PPP) program. 

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  • May 04, 2023

    Contract awarded for Green Line Phase 1 LRT project in Calgary

    The Green Line Board has approved the Development Phase Agreement and selected Bow Transit Connectors (BTC) as Green Line’s Development Partner.  BTC consists of a joint venture of Barnard...

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  • March 14, 2023

    Development phase begins for Peter Gilgan Mississauga Hospital in Ontario

    Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Trillium Health Partners (THP) have signed a Development Phase Agreement with ED+PCL Healthcare Partners for the redevelopment of the Peter Gilgan Mississauga Hospital&...

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  • December 21, 2022

    Preferred Proponent Selected for South Niagara Hospital PPP Project

    Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Niagara Health have selected EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare (EDIH) as the preferred proponent to further develop the South Niagara Hospital public-pr...

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  • October 14, 2022

    RFP stage closed for South Niagara Hospital PPP Project

    Infrastructure Ontario (IO) has closed a Request for Proposals (RFP) for teams to submit their bids to design, build, finance and maintain the South Niagara Hospital public-private partnership (PPP) p...

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  • August 23, 2022

    RFP issued for George Street Revitalization PPP project in Toronto

    The City of Toronto, in consultation with Infrastructure Ontario (IO), have invited two teams to respond to a request for proposals (RFP) to design, build and finance the George Street Revitalizatio...

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  • May 02, 2022

    USD174.19 million Contract awarded for Hospital PPP project in Canada

    Infrastructure Ontario and Hamilton Health Sciences have awarded a contract to EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare (EDIH) for the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital (WLMH) Redevelopment project.

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