The office of Major Capital Infrastructure Coordination (MCIC) is responsible for improving methods of coordination and communication among City divisions and with other organizations that develop and operate utilities and infrastructure across the City. MCIC's mandate involves early intervention in the capital planning process, and case management of identified risks associated with planning, design and implementation of major capital infrastructure projects.
MCIC's mandate emphasizes the timely exchange of information between sponsors of individual projects to ensure that concurrent and consecutive investments in linear and site-specific projects are performed in a logical and cost-effective sequence.
The principal tool that MCIC applies to fulfill its mandate is a coordination mapping tool - T.O. INview - and recurring dialogue with key stakeholders in City divisions, and with external agencies that also deliver major capital infrastructure projects within Toronto. The dialogue occurs through several steering committees and working groups that are chaired by the Director of MCIC.