Turcot Interchange construction firm charged after UPAC probe

An investigation led by Quebec's anti-corruption unit has resulted in charges against a construction company in Montreal.

P.A.C. Construction Démolition did some of its work without a licence, Quebec anti-corruption unit alleges

The new Turcot is scheduled to be complete by 2020. (FOTOimages/MTQ)

An investigation led by Quebec's anti-corruption unit has resulted in charges against a construction company in Montreal.

The nine charges are in connection with some of the work on the Turcot Interchange in May 2015.

A statement from UPAC says the company, P.A.C. Construction Démolition, did some of the work without a licence.

If found guilty, the company could face fines up to $1.45 million.

The allegations have not been proven.

The $3.7-billion overhaul of the Turcot is scheduled to be completed by the fall of 2020.