SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (SNC-Lavalin) is a Canada-based company. The Company is engaged in providing engineering, construction, and operations and maintenance expertise through its network of offices across Canada and in 35 other countries, and is active on projects in 100 countries. SNC-Lavalin also makes investments in infrastructure concessions that – more... are complementary to the engineering, construction, and operation and maintenance activities. The segments of the Company include infrastructure and environment, power, chemicals and petroleum, mining and metallurgy, operations and maintenance, infrastructure concession investments and all other. On January 5, 2007, the Company completed the disposal of SNC Technologies Inc. and its subsidiaries (SNC TEC).
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Great co-workers, clueless management
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Good Compensation, Professionally Challlenging
Project Engineer Electrical (Former Employee), Calgary, Canada – April 9, 2013
Wonderful Intern Program, Great place to work over all.
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