Many of the world’s most ambitious projects have adopted the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) model as opposed to working in silos where the risk and rewards of the final result is not shared between the involved stakeholders, potentially leading to delays, disputes, exceeding budgets, and tense relationships.


The PDP model is a collaborative approach, thus giving the client a one-track mindset of trust. At SYSTRA Canada, we believe joining forces with partners brings out the best of each player, thus allowing to focus on outcomes and successfully delivery of major projects.

A PDP can provide clients with a range of benefits, including reduced project risk, improved quality, enhanced efficiency, access to specialized expertise, and improved communication and collaboration.

Reduce Project Riks

PDPs are experienced in managing complex projects and can help clients identify and mitigate potential risks early on in the project lifecycle. This can help prevent costly delays and ensure that the project is delivered on time and within budget.

Improved Project Quality

PDPs have expertise in project management, design, construction, and commissioning, and can provide guidance and oversight throughout the project to ensure that the work is of high quality and meets the client’s requirements.

Enhanced Project Efficiency

PDPs can help clients streamline the project delivery process by managing schedules, coordinating resources, and optimizing workflows. This can result in faster project delivery times and reduced costs.

Access to Specialized Expertise

PDPs often have a team of experts with specialized skills and knowledge that can be leveraged to support the client’s project goals. This can include expertise in areas such as sustainability, safety, and risk management.

Improved Communication and Collaboration

PDPs act as a single point of contact for the client, providing clear and consistent communication throughout the project. They also facilitate collaboration between project stakeholders, including the client, designers, contractors, and suppliers.

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