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Track Projects

PNR RailWorks built a load-out facility as part of the expansion of Mosaic’s K2 Potash Mine in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan.

One of Toronto’s busiest commuter rail arteries is equipped with new, safer signaling technology along with expanded track capacity necessary to add more trains to handle the growing number of riders. 

In a $4 million project for CN, PNR RailWorks constructed 60,000 feet of siding tracks in CN’s Western Region, between Terrace and McBride, British Columbia.

PNR RailWorks performed track and turnout construction for a pair of Metrolinx subdivisions in Ontario.

PNR RailWorks relocated the historic CN steam locomotive in Guelph, Ontario.

PNR RailWorks constructed new sidings, backtracks and turnouts to add capacity at five strategic CPR mainline locations in British Columbia.

PNR RailWorks rehabilitated the CN’s mainline track on the Mackenzie, ANY and Foothills Mountain Park subdivisions in northern Alberta.

PNR RailWorks Quebec Inc. rehabilitated the track infrastructure during the annual shutdown at the Iron Ore Company’s automatic ore loading station.

This small branch line is owned and operated by the Quebec government. PNR RailWorks Quebec Inc. rehabilitated the line to meet Transport Canada and industrial standards necessary to service the industrial businesses on the line.

CN commissioned this new track facility to handle rail cars from an industrial customer near its secondary mainline north of Edmonton, Alberta. The railway povided the property and design and secured PNR RailWorks to construct the new rail spur and gravel depot.