CIMA+ Chosen by BC Hydro to Deliver Transmission and Distribution Engineering and Project Delivery Services

CIMA+, one of Canada’s largest privately-owned consulting engineering firms, is pleased to announce they have been chosen by BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC Hydro) to work directly with them as one team on providing Transmission and Distribution Engineering and Project Delivery Services.

This collaboration aligns with BC Hydro’s decade-long capital strategy aimed at modernizing the electrical grid and furnishing dependable energy to our communities while advancing their commitment to electrification and to reducing GHG. 

“With a strong focus on sustainable development integrating quality, safety, effective project management, dynamic thinking and stakeholders’ inclusion, CIMA+ has quickly become a trusted partner for clients in BC and has developed strategic, long-term partnership relations with numerous utilities across Canada.  We are happy to see our partnership with BC Hydro expand,” stated Steeve L’Heureux, Executive Vice President, Energy and Resources at CIMA+.

“CIMA+ has a comprehensive expertise from design to delivery when it comes to Energy and Resources.  Our team of experts across Canada has a multidisciplinary approach that provides direct access to all the engineering expertise our clients require to build or upgrade their power transmission and distribution system. We are confident that our fully integrated service approach that we developed in the past 30 years will be beneficial to BC Hydro.”, continued Mr. L’Heureux.

The Master Services Agreement (MSA) has a seven-year term that can be extended to up to 20 years, which highlights a long-term partnership. The scope of the MSA is multidisciplinary and includes engineering and project delivery for transmission lines, distribution, and substations. The services cover project management, electrical, civil, structural, protection & controls, and telecommunications engineering.

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