The Sudbury Star - - FP -

A sec­ond Cana­dian com­pany is go­ing to Par­adise to help re­build the community nearly de­stroyed by last Novem­ber’s dev­as­tat­ing northern Cal­i­for­nia wild­fires. Calgary-based Atco Ltd. says it has a nine-month, $70-mil­lion con­tract to pro­vide work­force hous­ing and camp sup­port ser­vices for ECC Con­struc­tors while it re­me­di­ates the en­vi­ron­ment and re­moves de­bris in Par­adise and the sur­round­ing Butte County. Atco’s Struc­tures di­vi­sion is to pro­vide 390 tem­po­rary mod­u­lar rental struc­tures that will serve as dor­mi­tory, kitchen, laun­dry and recre­ation fa­cil­i­ties. Its Fron­tec di­vi­sion will pro­vide ser­vices that in­clude food, house­keep­ing, waste man­age­ment and se­cu­rity. Last month, Calgary-based Black Diamond Group Ltd. said its U.S. busi­ness unit had won a $20-mil­lion con­tract to rent portable hous­ing units at Par­adise.

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