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NAS wins $18M Canada highway contract

Keywords: Tags  North American Stainless, NAS, Acerinox, stainless steel, stainless rebar, reinforcing bar, infrastructure, Rey Mashayekhi

NEW YORK — North American Stainless Inc. (NAS) has won an $18-million contract to supply stainless steel reinforcing duplex bars for a large transport infrastructure project in Alberta, parent company Acerinox SA said Nov. 15.

Ghent, Ky.-based NAS will supply reinforcing bars for the $1.7-billion Northeast Anthony Henday Drive project, which is scheduled to be completed by fall 2016. Madrid-based Acerinox described it as "the largest transport infrastructure project in the history of the province of Alberta."

The project includes 16.8 miles of highway spanning six to eight lanes, as well as nine interchanges, two flyovers, eight railroad overpasses and two bridges over the Saskatchewan River, "representing a total of 47 bridge-type structures," Madrid-based Acerinox said.

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