WASCO is a wholly owned subsidiary of the WAA with oversight through a board of directors comprised executives from WASCO and the WAA. WASCO executes is activities through WASCO itself or through the following wholly owned or partially owned subsidiaries or strategic partnerships.
The following the various entities in which WASCO executes its activities:
Winnipeg Airports Authority (WAA)
Parent corporation of WASCO and operator of the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport.
Nunavut Airport Services Limited (NASL)
Contracted by the Government of Nunavut through Arctic Infrastructure Partners (AIP) to operate the Iqaluit International Airport under a 30-year PPP agreement.
Contracted by the Government of Nunavut to deliver a Safety Management System and Quality Assurance Program for twenty-four northern and remote airports in Nunavut.
Bouygues Energies and Services
WASCO has entered into a strategic partnership with Bouygues Energies and Services to deliver operations and facility maintenance services at the Winnipeg International Airport and Kelowna International Airport.
A Bouygues Construction subsidiary, Bouygues Energies & Services offers integrated energy, digital and service solutions. It serves public and private clients in the energy network, transport and digital infrastructure sector, as well as in the commercial and industrial sectors. It designs, installs, maintains and operates bespoke technical systems that enable its clients both to deliver quality living and working environments for users and, at the same time, control their energy consumption over the long term.
Bouygues Energies & Services focuses its expertise in energy efficiency and high value-added service delivery on three main business lines: energy and digital networks; electrical, HVAC and mechanical engineering; and facility management.