Partnering with Tomlinson
Today’s construction project delivery methods still include the traditional design/bid/build but are also evolving to include the development of alternative financing and procurement methods including Public-Private Partnerships (P3s), Joint Venture (JV) and Design-Build models. Tomlinson works with its partners and clients to identify and develop alternative project delivery methods that best fit budget, schedule, and project goals. Tomlinson is a recognized leader in complex infrastructure projects that require the integration of people, systems, business models and best practices into a process that collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to reduce waste and optimize efficiency through all phases of design to construction.
Collaboration and Innovation
When it comes to complex infrastructure projects, Tomlinson engages in public-private partnerships for ultimate success. In these joint ventures we collaborate with developers and builders at the planning stage to offer our design-build expertise. This value engineering results in innovative solutions and efficiencies which benefit all involved.
Complex Infrastructure Projects
Thanks to its strategic partnerships, Tomlinson has been involved in completing large, multi-discipline projects throughout the city of Ottawa, and beyond.
Whether it’s a combined sewer system, a light rail network, an airport, or a street rehabilitation, Tomlinson’s solutions consistently deliver projects on time, under budget and with minimal disruption to the public and local businesses.
Dragados-Tomlinson CSST Joint Venture
The Dragados-Tomlinson Joint Venture is developing a Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel (CSST) to enhance the health of the Ottawa River by improving the storm water management system. It will reduce the frequency of sewage overflows into the Ottawa River during major rainfalls and decrease the risk of basement flooding for several low-lying lands in the core of the city. The City of Ottawa awarded the construction project to Dragados-Tomlinson in July 2016 as part of its Ottawa River Action Plan.