Comtech Group Inc. and CIMA+ announced that as a joint venture, the companies have been awarded a multi-year contract to provide specialized real property project management services to Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) and Science and Parliamentary Infrastructure Branch (SPIB).

The contract will support modernization projects within the Parliamentary Precinct, including the rehabilitation of the Confederation Building, Energy Services Acquisitions Program (ESAP) and Building Components and Connectivity (BCC) projects.

Comtech and CIMA+ will combine their project management expertise and previous federal, provincial, and municipal experience to develop and implement the robust project management framework needed to deliver this program of work.

“Comtech is thrilled to work alongside our partner CIMA+ to deliver this program and support the delivery of the Government of Canada’s Long-term Vision and Plan (LTVP),” said Chris Swail, vice president, Buildings and Facilities at Comtech. “In doing so, our integrated project teams will apply their expertise and understanding of the environment to help rehabilitate and modernize the Parliamentary Precinct to meet present and future needs.”

“Together, Comtech and CIMA+ have over 60 years of experience and a bench of over 450 project management professionals to be leveraged from coast to coast,” said Yves Roland Mondou, SVP, Project Management at CIMA+. “Comtech and CIMA+ network of leaders are working on some of the most impactful infrastructure projects in Canada and are excited to bring best practices and lessons learned to this scope of work.”

This multi-year contract is anticipated to start in early 2023.

Featured image: Confederation Building, Ottawa, Ont. (Government of Canada)

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