Former Infrastructure Ontario execs return

17 September 2019 - 12:00 am UTC

Two former infrastructure executives, Michael Lindsay and Steven Robins, have returned to whence they came years ago, Infrastructure Ontario, according to their LinkedIn profiles.

 

As of 8 July, Michael Lindsay, a former executive at Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO), returned to Infrastructure Ontario as the president of project delivery.

 

Lindsay previously served Infrastructure Ontario from 2014 to 2016 as the senior VP of commercial projects leading a team through project transactions.

 

Before moving to IMCO, Lindsay served as associate principal at McKinsey &Company leading the company’s Canadian public sector practice.

 

Similarly, Steve Robins previously worked at McKinsey as the engagement manager at the company. Robins has rejoined Infrastructure Ontario as the commercial lead of project delivery for the Ontario Line P3 project of the greater Toronto and Hamilton areas.

 

Robins served as an advisor to the New Zealand Social Housing Reform Program in 2015 and previously worked with Infrastructure Ontario across the public sector to deliver public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure projects.

 

As Infrastructure Ontario’s business and government strategy manager, Robins focused on adapting P3 models for projects’ and clients’ specific needs including the Eglington Crosstown LRT Project and a proposed Northwest Transmission Line.

 

Infrastructure Ontario’s major projects division is responsible for delivering some of the province’s public infrastructure projects. Provincial officials’ approach to modern project delivery has resulted in over 100 major projects brought to market and made Ontario a “global leader” in infrastructure development according to the Infrastructure Ontario website. Projects have included new hospitals, highways, transit systems and courthouses.

 

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