“Our industry is booming and at EBC we have our sights set firmly on the future, so that we can continue to grow while staying true to the company’s human values,” said EBC President and CEO Marie-Claude Houle. “Thanks to the financial support of the Fonds de solidarité FTQ and Investissement Québec, we can continue with our growth plan and strengthen our position as a leader in the Canadian construction industry. EBC takes on ambitious and diverse projects, all of which are carried out according to the most stringent safety and quality standards even as focusing on customer satisfaction and the well-being of the community.”
Founded in Québec City in 1968, EBC has developed expertise in large-scale public infrastructure construction (bridges, road and highways, tunnels and other civil works), the energy sector (power plants, dams and wind farms), the mining industry and in commercial, multi-residential, industrial and institutional construction.
“EBC is one of the most innovative and successful construction contractors in Canada,” said Janie C. Béïque, Executive Vice-President, Investments, at the Fonds de solidarité FTQ. “With its vast expertise in public infrastructure, EBC is well placed to participate in the major construction projects that will be launched in the coming years, both in Québec and across the country. We’re extremely proud to align ourselves with such a successful company and to back its growth projects.”
“We think it’s essential to support companies involved in a key sector of Québec’s economic recovery,” said Guy LeBlanc, President and CEO of Investissement Québec. “Through its hundreds of projects over the past 50 years, EBC has had a significant impact on many of our regional economies. We wish Marie-Claude Houle and her team a future filled with success and many more structuring projects.”