Canada: Collins Barrow Toronto And Collingwood Capitalize On The Power Of Teamwork
Last Updated: June 3 2016

Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow Toronto and Collins Barrow Collingwood recently joined forces and demonstrated the power of effective teamwork. Working together, the two offices secured the City of Kingston as a client for the Collins Barrow Toronto Projects and Economics Team.

The City of Kingston is currently considering building a third crossing over the Cataraqui River. Due to recommendations and facilitation from the Collins Barrow Collingwood office, the City of Kingston has engaged the Collins Barrow Toronto Projects and Economics team to research the project.

"Throughout the summer, we will take a close look at this ambitious project, determining whether it's a sound investment and good use of taxpayer dollars," said Alex Kotsopoulos, Collins Barrow Toronto Vice President, Economics. "This opportunity wouldn't have been possible without the close collaboration of our colleagues in Collingwood."

"Alex and his team have extensive experience working with municipalities and will help ensure the City of Kingston makes the right decisions and maximizes their potential for government funding," said Collins Barrow Collingwood Partner Sue Bragg.

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