Amanda Farrell Chief Executive Officer
Amanda Farrell is the Chief Executive Officer at Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp). She took on this role in December 2018 to lead the management and delivery of major infrastructure projects, including the Pattullo Bridge Replacement, the Kicking Horse Canyon Project – Phase 4 and the Broadway Subway Project. Since that time, TI Corp’s portfolio has expanded to include the Highway 99 Tunnel Program (including the new Steveston Interchange), and the Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project.
Prior to TI Corp, Amanda served as the President and Chief Executive Officer at Partnerships BC (now named Infrastructure BC) for five years. Her focus was strengthening relationships with clients and contractors to develop major public infrastructure projects from hospitals and courthouses to transit lines. She also served as the Chief Project Officer in the now completed Evergreen SkyTrain Line in Vancouver.
Earlier in her career, Amanda gained public policy and operational experience in the UK before moving to British Columbia. She was honoured by her peers as the recipient of the 2018 Women’s Infrastructure Network Outstanding Leader award.
James Harvey General Counsel and VP of Infrastructure
James Harvey KC is General Counsel and VP of Infrastructure at Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp) and joined TI Corp in April 2022.
Prior to TI Corp, James served as the Assistant Deputy Attorney General for the Province of BC from 2016 to 2020 and most recently as the Associate Deputy Minister, Investment & Innovation Division of the Ministry of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation from 2020 until 2022.
Earlier in his career, James joined the BC Public Service in 2007 and developed a busy commercial transactional practice 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 as a lawyer 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 on major infrastructure development.
Jennifer Ng Chief Operating Officer
Jennifer Ng is a qualified Chartered Professional Accountant and is currently the Chief Operating Officer at Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp). Jennifer joined TI Corp in July 2019 establishing integral project finance, cost management, and controls. She has since built up robust and agile corporate operational functions in finance and procurement.
Jennifer has more than 10 years of experience in the engineering and construction field, gaining extensive accounting experience through senior accountant and management roles for a variety of companies.
Prior to joining TI Corp, Jennifer was in the private sector with SNC-Lavalin, working in the Transportation and Construction divisions on rail, roads and bridges, buildings, and engineering projects. In 2012, she joined the Evergreen design-build project team as a project controller.
In addition to her professional career, Jennifer is very family oriented and enjoys spending time with her husband and two young boys.
Mike Lorimer Vice President Major Projects Road, Bridge & Tunnel
Mike Lorimer is the Vice President Major Projects Road, Bridge & Tunnel for Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp). He joined TI Corp in 2019 as the Executive Project Director for the Kicking Horse Canyon Phase 4 Project and has been responsible for the procurement and implementation of this challenging and complex $601 million Design Build project.
Mike’s background includes almost 20 years of experience in the operation, maintenance, rehabilitation, and major capital construction across the provincial highway network. As the former Executive Director of the Southern Interior Region with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Mike managed major capital programs such as the Highway 1 Kamloops to Alberta Border 4-laning, Highway 97 Cariboo Connector 4-laning, and the Highway 97 6-laning through Kelowna. He was also responsible for the operation of over 23,000 kms of highway, which included long-term strategic planning for highway improvement programs.
Mike also has extensive experience in the procurement of construction and maintenance services and is working with the Ministry to implement the collaborative construction model for the Highway Reinstatement Program on Highway 1. In addition to his proven ability to lead interdisciplinary teams, Mike has a strong background in public communications, Indigenous consultation, and stakeholder engagement.
Chantelle Gergley Chief People and Culture Officer
Chantelle Gergley is the Chief People and Culture Officer at Transportation Investment Corporation. She joined TI Corp in April 2019 as the Human Resources Director after a career in the BC Public Service.
The majority of Chantelle’s public service experience has been at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure in the Human Resources field. In addition, she served as the Operations Manager in the Peace District and as the Deputy Director and Deputy Registrar of the Passenger Transportation Branch. Her passion is in the field of Human Resources, and she loves working in the industry of transportation project delivery. She has brought that interest, experience and knowledge to TI Corp and worked with the team to build a culture that is people-centric and values-based as a business partner with the leaders in the organization.
Chantelle supplements her fulfilling career with friends, family and a love for travel and let’s not forget her dog, Winston.
Debbie Fritz Chief Information Officer
Debbie Fritz is a Project Management Professional and the Chief Information Officer at Transportation Investment Corporation. Debbie joined the team in April 2021 and is responsible for Information Technology, Information Management and Facilities.
Debbie has more than 25 years in the Information Management and Information Technology field working in the Public Service which includes 10 years in the transportation sector and experience managing the technology side of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) for transportation infrastructure within British Columbia. Debbie managed over 200 systems including the Drive BC website.
In addition to her professional career, Debbie enjoys spending time on the boat at Shawnigan Lake with her family and four legged friends (Zoey & Lucy).