EDMONTON, AB – The Alberta Motor Transport Association is breaking new ground in September.
The group announced it will be putting shovels in the ground Sept. 6 to begin construction on its new office building and five-acre test track.
AMTA president Lorraine Card said the new track would provide the industry with a world-class training facility.
The new 20,000 sq.-ft. office space, located on the northeast section of the Edmonton International Airport, will replace the current office the group has outgrown.
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