Civil construction is not for the faint of heart. This complex, high-risk work typically involves outdated infrastructure, live conditions and tight timelines. Projects may include upgrading critical utilities, constructing major transit facilities and systems or integrating complex civil scopes with existing operational facilities. With Civil manager Mohammed Al-Halimi at the helm, clients can be confident that their projects are in the hands of an experienced civil sector veteran who understands the risks and has the experience to meet client expectations.

Before joining PCL, Mohammed – or “Mo” as he prefers – spent 20 years managing a wide range of civil infrastructure projects for major construction firms; projects that include close to a billion dollars of rail and bus expansions throughout the Greater Toronto Area; transit stations and water and wastewater facilities; and other key infrastructure projects that are critical building blocks of any community.

Mo’s personal experience, combined with PCL’s depth of civil expertise, ensures that clients and stakeholders are working with risk-minded partners who can safely and efficiently deliver complex projects on time and on budget, driving value to the client’s bottom line. 

Civil projects are key to building a resilient legacy that will sustain communities for generations. With a focus on collaboration, relationship building and keen attention to detail, Mo’s unique project leadership approach ensures that clients are working with an industry expert who leads through the lens of risk anticipation and mitigation; someone who understands civil construction challenges and the potential impacts of costly unknowns.

Civil sector construction can be risky, but for Mo it’s about managing risk so every challenge is turned into an opportunity that will benefit both clients and future generations.