CC&L Infrastructure owns a majority interest in Landmark Student Transportation, which provides school districts with safe, reliable, contracted student transportation services in rural and suburban markets across both Canada and the United States.

Along with its consortium partners, CC&L Infrastructure worked alongside the Government of Saskatchewan to design, build, finance and maintain approximately 60 km of four-lane highway and associated infrastructure. The highway serves Regina’s growing population and support new economic development initiatives.

The parkway is part of an essential high-traffic trade artery between Canada and the United States, encompassing an approximately 11km corridor, including a six-lane highway with adjacent service roads, interchanges, connecting structures, pumping stations, and recreational areas.

The road, also known as the mainland portion of Highway 17, is a 40 km four-lane expressway, linking Highway 17 in Delta, along the south side of the Fraser River, to Highway 15 in Surrey and to the Golden Ears Bridge.

Along with its consortium partners, CC&L Infrastructure worked with the Alberta Transportation to design, build finance and operate more than 30 km of six- and eight-lane divided highway, 14 interchanges, 47 bridges, as well as a tunnel and several crossings.

CC&L Infrastructure is partnered with Alpenglow Rail in the ownership and management of USA Rail Terminals, a leading rail logistics company with terminals strategically positioned in key Gulf Coast markets within the United States.

CC&L Infrastructure is partnered with Alpenglow Rail in the ownership and management of VIP Rail, a strategic short-line rail logistics business with two terminals located in Sarnia, Ontario.