Collings Johnston Inc. Announces New Partner


Collings Johnston Inc. (CJI) is pleased to announce that Ian Rokeby, P.Eng. MBA has joined the firm as a Partner. Ian brings to the firm more than 30 years of experience in the management and execution of a wide range of planning, feasibility and development of transportation infrastructure in British Columbia and across Canada. Ian’s expertise includes marine & intermodal terminals, major highway programs and transit systems. He has extensive experience in leadership roles for multi-disciplinary technical teams executing major transportation programs.

Ian will support/augment/strengthen CJI’s existing practice in infrastructure project development and delivery, with particular emphasis on project justification and business case work as well as alternate project delivery systems‎ in the highway, transit, and ports sectors. He will be based in the firm’s Vancouver, BC office.

Collings Johnston Inc. is a technical management company providing advisory and management services to owners, lenders, and contractors for major transportation infrastructure projects. The company has extensive experience in the management, development and implementation of projects in Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Collings Johnston Inc. goal is to optimize the value of major transportation infrastructure projects while reducing risk exposure to owners. The company’s effectiveness results from recognizing the need to be innovative while working within a political framework. CJI keeps the “big picture” in mind and understands what is required to run a successful project.

Principals John Collings and Robin Johnston have developed particular expertise in the technical management of public-private partnerships and related turn-key project delivery since these procurements were introduced to Canada over the past 20 years. Current and recent projects include: South Fraser Perimeter Road, Coast Meridian Overpass, Fredericton-Moncton Highway, Golden Ears Bridge, Port Mann Highway 1, Roberts Bank Rail Corridor Program, Ottawa LRT, Waterloo LRT, Powell Street Overpass, Sea-to-Sky Highway Upgrade and South Shore Corridor Project.