Public Infrastructure/Asset Management – P3 Contract Oversight (Civil)


Our Real Estate division manages the province’s portfolio of government buildings and land, which is one of the largest and most diverse in the country. We oversee the day-to-day operation and long-term maintenance of these facilities through partnerships with private-sector service providers. We are responsible for ensuring provincially-owned real estate is being used in the best, most optimal way. Finding innovative ways to reduce and revitalize the government’s building and land holdings is central to our business and integral to the value we provide Ontarians.

We are looking for a Civil Infrastructure Asset Manager to join our P3 Asset Management team. The P3 Asset Management team manages long-term government contracts for Public-Private Partnerships (P3) projects built under the Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) and Build-Finance-Maintain (BFM) delivery models.  In this role, you will manage a portfolio of P3 assets, such as highways and transit systems along with other major projects such as new hospitals, courthouses, or office complexes to administer project agreements during a concession period to ensure that the assets are being effectively managed and that services are delivered in compliance with the project agreement.  Internally this position is known as P3 Operations Manager.

Internally, this position will be known as Operations Manager.

What You Will Do

  • Implementation of a standard contract performance measurement and quality assurance framework to effectively monitor, manage, and evaluate facilities management-related services
  • Collaboration with internal stakeholder teams to provide subject matter expert support in the development and application of standards, evaluation criteria, and contractual terms related to asset management for new P3 projects during the transaction, construction and commissioning phases.
  • The management of complex relationships with industry partners, client representatives, and other stakeholders throughout the concession period to ensure each project delivers successfully on value for money and long-term functional use commitments. 
  • Gather pertinent information from a variety of sources and assemble appropriate evidence to support recommendations relating to strategies on, for example, dispute resolution, operational and technical matters, and business opportunities

Who We're Looking For

  • A minimum of five (5) years of hands-on experience managing major complex highway or civil projects as an owner representative, in a supervisory role.
  • University degree in Architecture, Business, Accounting/Finance, Real Estate, Civil or Structural Engineering or another relevant discipline.
  • Strong business acumen, solid experience dealing with project budget, schedule, and technical requirements as well as financial and legal matters, contract management, and commercial considerations pertaining to contract management.
  • Public sector real estate institutions experience such as TTC, Metrolinx, or Ministry of Transportation
  • P3 experience - ideal candidate would have strong working knowledge or experience related to all project phases (from Pre-transaction/Bid development, Request for Qualifications (RFQ)/Request for Proposal (RFP), construction, commissioning, and Operations).
  • PEO (Provincial Engineers Ontario) License and Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) designation is desirable.
  • Strong professional communication and presentation skills (written and oral), excellent organization and project management skills with proven ability to drive change, manage multiple projects and priorities in a fast-paced environment are essential.
  • Self-starter able to manage multiple priorities and work in a complex and changing environment of an evolving and rapidly growing organization.
  • Solid interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal stakeholders, clients, and service provider


Employment in the Real Estate Division is conditional upon obtaining security clearance through the Program & Policy Enablement Branch, Supply Chain Ontario of the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.

Infrastructure Ontario is an inclusive employer, we encourage applications from all qualified candidates. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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