EPCOR story began over 125 years ago as Edmonton's power and water utility and Canada's first municipally owned electric utility. The company provides clean water, wastewater services, and safe, reliable electricity to residential and commercial customers.
EPCOR builds, owns and operates electrical transmission and distribution networks as well as water and wastewater treatment facilities and infrastructure in both Canada and the United States.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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The City of Lake Oswego in Oregon, USA has announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected the Lake Oswego Wastewater Treatment Facility project to apply for a low-cost, long-term, W...Read more
The City Government of Lake Oswego has hired a consulting firm for the Tryon Creek wastewater treatment plant replacement in Oregon, USA. The selected company is Carollo Engineers Inc., which will hel...Read more
The city of Lake Oswego in Oregon, USA has signed a preliminary agreement with EPCOR for a new wastewater treatment facility PPP project for Lake Oswego, Oregon. EPCOR will provide design, build, fina...Read more
The City of Lake Oswego has announced that its Selection Committee ranked EPCOR USA Inc. as the preferred proposer for a new wastewater treatment facility PPP project for Lake Oswego, Oregon. The nego...Read more
The City of Lake Oswego has signed an Interim Intergovernmental Agreement with the city of Portland for the replacement of Tryon Creek Wastewater Treatment. The authority also directed staff to&n...Read more
EPCOR USA Inc. (EPCOR USA), a wholly owned subsidiary of EPCOR Utilities Inc. (EPCOR) has been approved by the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) to operate the Vista Ridge Project (Vista Ridg...Read more
Mexico's Social Security Institute (IMSS) has awarded the contract for a new 90-bed general hospital in the city of Atlacomulco, north west of the state of Mexico.Read more
The Government of Saskatchewan has announced the opening of the completed Regina public-private partnership (PPP) Wastewater Treatment Plant Project in Canada. An additional US$6 million w...Read more
The City of Regina and a consortium led by EPCOR Water Prairies Inc. have reached financial close for Regina's new Sewage Treatment Plant in Saskatchewan (Canada). EPCOR will design, build, finance, o...Read more