Just north of Toronto’s waterfront at 9 Lower Jarvis, l'Université de l’Ontario français (UOF) is hosting a virtual orientation for students today. The UOF promotes an agile and collaborative environment focused on experiential learning and the development of the specific competencies students need to succeed in an increasingly complex and internationally competitive world. Working with the private and public sectors to support student learning, UOF will provide 21st-century training and skills development adapted to an innovative economy. The university will help develop a highly-skilled Francophone, bilingual, and multilingual workforce that will give Ontario a competitive advantage in the national and international economies.

Despite COVID-19 related delays and shutdowns, our team led the delivery of this project on time, meeting all the requirements made by the client. With the facility being UOF’s first project, our team worked closely with their new, growing team to develop the project requirements, implement a procurement strategy for a Prime Consultant Team and Construction Manager, and manage these contracts on behalf of UOF. As UOF’s partner, our team monitored the schedule, scope, and assisted their internal team in preparation for operationalizing the facility from project initiation to completion.

We are extremely honoured to have worked alongside UOF on this prestigious project. Congratulations on this exciting milestone!

Image courtesy of l'Université de l’Ontario français.

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