Amanda Farrell President & CEO
Amanda Farrell is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp). Amanda took on this role in December 2018 to lead the management and delivery of major transportation projects, including the new Pattullo Bridge, the Kicking Horse Canyon Project – Phase 4 and the Broadway Subway.
Prior to TI Corp, Amanda served as the President and CEO of Partnerships BC for five years. Amanda focused the organization’s culture on client responsiveness and strengthening relationships with current and future clients in the development of major public infrastructure projects from hospitals to courthouses to transit lines. Amanda also served as Chief Project Officer on the now completed Evergreen SkyTrain Line in Vancouver during that time.
Earlier in her career, Amanda gained extensive public policy and operational experience in the UK before moving to British Columbia. Amanda was honoured by her peers as the recipient of the 2018 Women’s Infrastructure Network Outstanding Leader award.
Dave Stewart Chief Financial Officer
James Harvey Legal Counsel & Corporate Secretary
James Harvey is General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp). James joined TI Corp in January 2020 to support the management and delivery of major transportation projects in BC.
Prior to joining TI Corp, James served as the Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Legal Services Branch for the Province of British Columbia since his appointment to that role in August 2016.
James joined the BC Public Service in 2007 and developed a busy commercial transactional practice engaged in delivering many of the Province’s large transportation infrastructure projects, including the Port Mann Highway 1 Project, the South Fraser Perimeter Road Project and the Evergreen Line Project. In addition, he was involved in several other infrastructure projects, including the Surrey Pre-Trial Services Centre Expansion Project, the Okanagan Correctional Centre and the Children’s and Women’s Hospital Redevelopment Project.
James began his career in private practice in the United Kingdom in 1996 and moved into industry in London in 2001 as in-house counsel with BAA Plc, the world’s largest airport operator, with a practice focused upon major infrastructure development. After relocating to British Columbia, James practiced for two and a half years with Pushor Mitchell LLP in Kelowna.