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Aecon gets stamp of approval from US engineers

Published by Steve Coleman on January 11, 2012

After 40 years in the nuclear industry, a Cambridge company has received nuclear certification from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

The ``N-Stamp`` accreditation from the ASME certifies Aecon to produce nuclear-grade components with the ``applicable codes and standards.``

"Obtaining the ASME N-Stamp certification is an important strategic milestone for Aecon, demonstrating the high standards of quality that our facilities adhere to,`` said said Paul Koenderman, Executive Vice President, Aecon Group Inc. in a news release. ``It opens new markets for us, which could further accelerate the significant business volume growth in the nuclear power sector Aecon has experienced in recent years. This achievement positions us well in the clean energy industry, of which nuclear power is a key component."

Aecon's currently employs about 250 people at its Cambridge, Ont. plant.

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