Hillcore acquires Ruskin
It is the second major acquisition by Hillcore in the past few weeks.
Ruskin crews work on the Buckley Bay/Denman West Cable Ferry Terminal Upgrade. – Ruskin
Canadian investment and advisory firm Hillcore continues to make major moves in the construction space this year.
Just weeks after purchasing Alberta-based Thompson Construction Group, Hillcore announced it has acquired Ruskin Construction Ltd.
Founded in 1989, Ruskin Construction has worked for 34 years with construction service clients across North America. Ruskin specializes in temporary resource bridges, as well as permanent and highway structures, a variety of foundation options, marine construction, railway refurbishment, aerial pipeline installation and heavy civil construction.
Ruskin currently employs over 250 professionals and provides construction services to the oil and gas, forestry, transportation, and mining industries. They have locations in Delta, Prince George, and Mill Bay, B.C., as well as in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Ruskin currently has partnerships with several First Nations in Northern BC, including the Haisla Nation, Saulteau, and Tsimshian Nations.
Hillcore invests predominantly in the life sciences, real estate, seniors living, financial, industrial, logistics, forestry, and energy sectors. they have offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary. Through its various groups and portfolio companies, they employ more than 5,000 people throughout Canada. The firm says that entities under its management have an asset value in excess of $5 billion.