Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Transmission Line Construction industry experienced strong demand for electric power and telecommunications infrastructure construction services over the past five years. Natural gas and renewable energy facilities are replacing the lost generation capacity, and industry services have been needed to construct generation and transmission facilities. Additionally, the need for high-speed fibre-optic networks has increased, further boosting industry demand. The industry is forecast to steadily grow over the next five years due to sustained demand for infrastructure construction. Similar to the previous five years, the electric power sector will invest in generation and transmission infrastructure to meet growing energy demand and environmental regulations... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
Industry firms are distributed according to population density and electricity demand. Ontario is home to 37.7% of industry establishments, and the province also has the largest share of Canada's population. Additionally, Ontario is the country's manufacturing hub, resulting in high industrial demand for electricity and related infrastructure services. Alberta has the second-highest concentration of transmission line contractors. The province is home to the bulk of Canada's energy resources, and has a high concentration of coal and natural gas power plants. As a result, infrastructure services are regularly needed to maintain the operating capacity of generation facilities.
British Columbia contains 15.4% of industry establishments... purchase to read more