By Anthony Capkun
June 23, 2015 – Ontario Electrical Construction Co. Ltd. (OEC) was recently honoured by CBRE, achieving “Technical Supplier of the Year” designation at its annual awards presentation. Congratulations!
“Effectively managing IBM’s data centres across the GTA is extremely challenging and always demanding,” says OEC president Scott Porter. “The award recognizes the high level of skill, quality workmanship and commitment provided by the partnership of unionized labour [Local 353] and a unionized electrical contractor.”
CBRE credited OEC’s professional management and operational excellence as key components to their successful partnership, says OEC, adding CBRE further cited OEC’s support of its RISE values, “delivering strategic services and value optimization at IBM’s 10 facilities in the Greater Toronto and surrounding areas”.
OEC says it was recognized after achieving the highest average score (from among 1700 eligible contractors) in the Technical Category based on service coverage, input from quarterly supplier performance reviews and a survey of CBRE management, procurement and analytics team.
PHOTO: (left to right, back row) Serge Tittoto, Don Moore, Steve Woodhead and Grant Dickson; (left to right, front row): Don Brownlee, Craig Noorhoff, Neil Guyatt, Al Gardner and Ted Kozlowski; (absent) John Gaudett, Glen Wallbank, Wayne Griffiths, Peter Kunkel, Tim Cahill and Paul Wilson.
CBRE Group is a global real estate services firm, offering a range of services from leasing to property management.
Photo courtesy Ontario Electrical Construction Co. Ltd.