Our ability to address the full infrastructure life cycle—from making equity investments and arranging financing, to providing engineering, construction and operations and maintenance services—is our key differentiator. Offered separately or grouped together into one fully integrated, value-added package, this range of top-tier services allows us to deliver outstanding modern infrastructure or expertly rehabilitate aging facilities.
Infrastructure Concession Investments (ICI)
Our extensive experience in developing projects, arranging financing, investing equity, undertaking complex financial modeling and managing our existing investments complements our world-class technical expertise, and allows us to do what few engineering and construction firms can.
Mining & Metallurgy
Our mining & metallurgy team combines global-caliber expertise with deep local capabilities to provide tailored solutions for projects of any size, scope or complexity in the aluminium, gold, copper, iron ore, nickel, fertilizers and sulphur product sectors, among others.
Oil & Gas
We provide integrated, cost-effective and sustainable oil and gas solutions. Whether we are working in the bitumen, heavy oil, offshore, upgrading and refining, gas processing, carbon capture and utilization, sustaining capital or pipelines sectors, our goal is always to build and sustain great customer relationships by creating long-term value for their organizations.
Operations and Maintenance
We are one of Canada’s largest operations and maintenance service providers with a regional presence in France, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Algeria. Our range of services includes the operations and maintenance of airports; roads, bridges, and rail systems; industrial facilities; defence and logistics support and integrated real estate solutions.
As the world’s demand for sustainable power grows, so do our contributions to the sector. SNC-Lavalin's first assignments more than a century ago were for power facilities, and we’ve since installed enough capacity to power 35 cities the size of New York, and enough transmission and distribution lines to circle the globe almost three times.