A6N is a Joint Venture between Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (51% ownership) and Aecon Group Inc. (49% ownership).

The company performs utility related work in Southwestern Ontario, specifically within the Haldimand Tract; an area of historical significance to the people of Six Nations.

“A Partnership of this nature with a prominent company such as Aecon exemplifies the capability of the Six Nations People to collaborate and participate in economic development opportunities that exist within the Haldimand Tract and beyond.”
– Elected Chief Ava Hill –

Featured Projects

Excavation and Hydro Vacuum

In support of Aecon, A6N completed excavation and hydro vacuum work at the Bruce B MCR Security Fence Modification.

Waterline Extension

This Phase One watermain extension included the installation of over 120 fire hydrants, while providing public access to the line to more than 400 homes on Six Nations.

Gas Line Installation Pipeline Project

A6N was contracted by Union Gas to lay eight kilometres of 6-inch plastic and steel distribution gas line at the Walpole Island First Nation Community.

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Testimonials

“Six Nations always places an emphasis on spending funds locally and working with Six Nations companies.  We are proud to have been able to work with A6N to complete our Phase 1 Watermain Extensions Project which provided construction jobs and valuable work experience to 48 Six Nations band members and approximately 3 million dollars of local spending which benefitted other Six Nations family owned and operated businesses.  We feel that this project showcased our local talent and represented a major step forward in establishing A6N as a qualified and reputable construction company.”

Michael Montour, Director of Six Nations Public Works

“It has been a pleasure to work with A6N on our various projects. They have always conducted themselves in a very professional and courteous manner both on and off the construction site. We are looking forward to our continued partnership.”

Ken McCorkle, Union Gas Ltd.

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