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The Canadian Business Journal
He currently co-chairs the TAC Public Utilities
Management Subcommittee. “I chair the
Transportation Association of Canada’s Public
Utilities Management subcommittee where
municipalities, Utilities and ministries of trans-
portation and other stakeholders from all across
the country collaborate on new ideas and new
methodologies that can be used for managing
utilities. We have just published the Guideline for
the Coordination of Utility Relocations, which I
think will be a fundamental document that will
shape the way utility coordination work is done
in Canada.”
Other key staff including Jamie Bradburn
and Ophir Wainer, represent T2ue in other indus-
try groups such as the Canadian Society of Civil
Engineers and Centre for the Advancement of
Trenchless Technologies.
“What truly gives us a competitive advantage
is being on the leading edge in the development
of standards and guidelines that our industry
follows,” says Arcand. “We try establishing our-
selves as leaders in the industry so that we can
shape the direction that it’s going in. Our clients
know that we have that knowledge and expertise
to keep them on the cutting edge.”
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