James Bot, P.Eng
Teranorth Construction & Engineering Limited, established on August 14, 1992, quickly established itself as a leading contractor in the road building industry in Ontario, Canada. Our success is attributed to our construction experience, sound engineering practices, and dedicated and hardworking workforce.
We have completed a wide range of projects, from smaller specialized projects to large provincial and municipal infrastructure projects. Some of our early projects include a sewer and water project in Sudbury, a rifle range in Burwash, tunnels under Highway 11 in Engleheart, a water treatment plant in Chapleau, a sewage lagoon in Manitoulin Island, and bridge rehabilitations in various locations.
For the past several years, we have expanded our operations to include larger provincial and municipal capital projects, such as highway interchanges, a long-span walkway structure, the rehabilitation of bridges and a railroad siding extension. We completed the final link of the four-laning of Hwy 11 near Burk’s Falls in 2012, and the first phase of the four-laning of Hwy 11/17 between Thunder Bay and Nipigon. We have also completed various bridge projects, road construction, and civil works, such as the construction of tailings management dams at Northern Ontario gold mine sites.
As of start of 2023, we are currently working on several projects including the relocation of Hwy 11 for the Greenstone Gold Mine in Geraldton, a design/build bridge replacement over the Nat River on Hwy 101 near Folyette, a commercial vehicle inspection facility on Hwy 11/17 near Thunder Bay, and various road and bridge rehabilitation projects in Sudbury and other locations.