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What is Aecon’s value proposition for retail investors?
Aecon Group Inc. offers retail investors an opportunity to invest in Canada’s largest publicly traded construction and infrastructure development company (TSX: ARE). With a diversified and balanced portfolio, comprehensive business strategy and strong backlog, Aecon is an attractive investment for investors who seek exposure to the Canadian construction and infrastructure development industry.
Can you tell me more about Aecon’s operating segments?
Aecon provides integrated turnkey services to private and public sector clients in the market sectors of Infrastructure, Energy, Mining, and Concessions.
From designing and constructing airport terminals, highways and hydroelectric dams, to excavating subway tunnels and utility corridors, Aecon Infrastructure is a trusted leader in developing critical infrastructure for both public and private sector clients.
Aecon Energy offers a suite of unparalleled services to some of Canada’s largest energy suppliers, providing best-in-class solutions to the oil and gas, nuclear, co-generation, and renewable sectors.
Aecon Mining has been purpose-built to serve our clients across Canada offering turn-key services for both mine installations and contract mining with a reputation for safety, reliability and performance.
Aecon Concessions brings a specialized, fine-tuned approach to project management, financing and development, both in Canada and internationally.
What is Aecon’s stock ticker symbol?
Aecon is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the stock ticker ‘ARE.’ Aecon and its predecessor companies have been publicly traded for over 25 years and was first listed on December 31, 1987.
Where can I find current information on Aecon’s share price?
Please visit TMX Money for share price information.
Does Aecon offer a quarterly dividend?
Yes. Aecon has a strong track record of delivering improved returns for shareholders, with dividends increasing from $0.07 per share in 2007 to $0.36 per share in 2014.
Visit our Quarterly Dividend page for additional information.
Who is Aecon’s transfer agent of record?
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Who are the equity analysts that cover Aecon?
Visit our Analyst Coverage page for a complete listing of Aecon’s analysts.
Where can I learn about Aecon’s senior executives and management team?
Visit our Leadership page for background information on our Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and Executive Leadership Team.
Where are Aecon’s offices located?
Aecon has headquarters located in Toronto and Calgary, with regional offices located across Canada. Visit our Contact page for additional information.
What companies does Aecon own and operate?
Visit our Companies & Subsidiaries page for a complete listing of Aecon’s companies.