Highlights:2019 was a banner year for CJI, with continued strong growth in our business. A major driver was our successful collaboration with Mott MacDonald, winning a major assignment with Vancouver Fraser Port Authority to deliver Project Management and Technical Advisory services for Gateway Program Infrastructure. This $1 billion project will see trade transportation corridor improvements throughout the Lower Mainland. The Gateway Projects will address several network bottlenecks with increased road / rail capacity and resiliency while providing benefits to host communities.
New Personnel: CJI grew in the size and diversity of our personnel, including the addition of Katie Nichols, Samuel Anderson, Christina Fletcher, Grant Fletcher, David Watt, Alan Moat, Jacqueline Breakwell and Sarah Look
Community Involvement and Contributions: Our staff continued and expanded their professional and community involvement. CJI contributed to the following organizations and initiatives:
- BC Construction Roundtable (David Collings is Director)
- Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-BC (David Collings is chair of the Small Firms Council)
- Women in Infrastructure Network
- Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue
- P3 Canada – Look on Ian’s resume
- Engineers and Geoscientists BC
- Fellow of Engineers Canada
For 2019, CJI was pleased to be able to continue and expand our funding partnerships with key community organizations, including The Harvest Project, Young Life of Canada, Turning Point Recovery, Union Gospel Mission, and Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society.
New family members: Baby Clover Everly born to Brie Hemingway and Jesse Mackle November 9th.
New Principal: CJI is pleased to announce David Crozier, MBA, BSc has joined the firm’s Principals group. He will continue his work with our public sector clients in strategic early development of transportation projects, adding his insights to the direction of the firm’s affairs.
New Mission, Vision, Values: As part of its strategic renewal, CJI is pleased to present the firm’s updated Mission and Vision Statement which are underpinned by a set of corporate values:
To build a legacy of transformational infrastructure, delivered with care.
To deliver complex infrastructure projects in partnership with clients, by facilitating the integration of disciplines and enabling informed strategic decisions.
Attentiveness to Clients
We keep clients’ objectives and values at the forefront. We anticipate and respond to client needs.
We empower integrated and transformational teams. We bring together diverse project disciplines.
We foster long-term relationships with clients and colleagues. We add value through intelligent partnerships.
We drive industry innovation by integrating practical scholarship and deep industry knowledge. We recognize and celebrate excellence in ourselves and others.
Personal and Corporate Integrity
We cultivate a culture of being reliable, ethical and fair while being committed to our clients and our employees.
We care for our people, our places, and our partners. We are committed to the betterment of our society, environment, professional and personal communities.
2019 was a transformative year. CJI’s foundation is its people and our team looks forward to more adventures and successes in 2020 and beyond.