The Infrastructure Council is a group of businesses and organizations working to carry out large-scale projects in Quebec, Canada and internationally.
The Council’s mission is to help launch, carry out and promote innovative and sustainable infrastructure projects. It acts as a centre of expertise, reflection and knowledge-sharing with an international reach.
A group of experts committed to building the future.
Foster technological innovation by supporting sustainable economic and environmental development.
Disseminate national and international infrastructure innovations and best practices.
Inform public and private decision-makers on the different modes of collaboration for large infrastructure projects.
Encourage partnerships that benefit the community based on the strong expertise of our members.
Bring together key industry players to share knowledge, promote excellence and accelerate economic development.
Our members participate in large-scale projects both here and around the world.
Together, they use their knowledge, talent and expertise to support innovative modes of collaboration.
Infrastructure projects that stand out.
After five years and work estimated at $3.67 billion, the new Turcot Interchange was inaugurated in the fall of 2020.
Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM)
The REM is a major public transportation project under construction. This automated light rail network will include 26 stations and span the greater Montréal area over 67 km.
Samuel De Champlain
Inaugurated in July 2019, the new Champlain Bridge is one of the largest construction sites of the last 40 years in Quebec.
Major Infrastructure Projects in Canada
The 2017-2027 Investing in Canada Plan includes investments
totalling more than $180 billion in the following areas:
urban transit networks
and service extensions
to transform the way
Canadians live and work.
Ensure access to safe water,
clean air and greener communities
where Canadians can watch
their children grow.
Provide adequate and affordable
housing and childcare services,
as well as cultural and recreational
centres so that communities
continue to be places
where people feel at home.
Trade and Transportation
Build sustainable and efficient
transportation systems that
will bring Canada closer
to global markets to help
businesses compete, grow
and create more jobs.
Rural and Northern
Grow local economies,
improve social inclusiveness,
and better safeguard the
health and environment
Major Infrastructure Projects in Quebec
The 2020-2030 Québec Infrastructure Plan includes investments
totalling more than $130.5 billion in the following areas:
Road Network and Transportation
Health and Social Services
Administration and Justice
Social and Community
What is infrastructure?
Different contracting approaches for infrastructure projects
Our Major Partners