Provincial

BACKGROUND

As leaders in our respective fields, members of the DPRA team have assisted many provincial governments and organizations to effect change over the past 40 years. We have a long history of successfully working with provincial governments, working groups, steering committees, and other organizations to develop vision statements, strategic plans, sustainability plans, action plans, and implementation programs.

CLIENTS

  • BC Ministry of Sustainable Resources Management
  • Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
  • Ontario Ministry of the Environment
  • Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Ontario Ministry of Transportation
  • Ontario Native Affairs Secretariat
  • Ontario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry
  • Ontario Ministry of Health & Long Term Care
  • North-West Local Health Integration Network
  • Ontario College of Nurses
  • Ontario Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure
  • Ontario Power Generation Corporation
  • Ontario Energy Board
  • Ontario Realty Corporation
    Metrolinx
  • Ontario Northlands (ONTC)

APPROACH

At DPRA we believe that effective project management is the key to successful delivery of any assignment.  Adherence to project management principles and practices, including progress monitoring and reporting, quality management and issue resolution are critical.

Our team members have considerable experience in project management for major assignments, having designed, coordinated, and organized large-scale projects involving thousands of people and millions of dollars.  Our projects have been conducted with public and private sector clients, illustrating the team’s ability to work with a wide range of interests in an effective, efficient, and fiscally responsible manner.  Our approach is designed to:

  • Provide a practical project management framework;
  • Facilitate communications between all persons involved on a project;
  • Be adaptable to projects of all types, sizes, and environments;
  • Provide a set of tools to improve the effectiveness of the project manager;
  • Be concise and easy to use; and
  • Serve as a reference for project managers, without impeding progress or producing voluminous paperwork.