Hatch's business is rarely transactional. Our projects can span years. And in that kind of environment, it is important that we build strong relationships with our clients — relationships built on trust and a commitment to delivering value and practical innovation.
It is about knowing our clients' businesses and their markets as well as they do. Not just doing projects, but helping clients tackle their toughest challenges. It is about building a one-team approach to every project, and sharing an understanding of what constitutes value.
We have deep relationships with all of the major organizations in our three business sectors. We have delivered engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services to every one of the top 20 metals companies by market capitalization, on projects that reach into the tens of billions of dollars in capital expenditure. Hatch has been working with many of our energy clients for decades. And our infrastructure business — which traces its roots to Hatch's very first project, Toronto's University Avenue subway — works with governments and private sector clients around the world.
Three of our deepest relationships are with Anglo American, Brookfield Renewable Power, and Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group. In the following pages, we explore these relationships and the reasons why they are so successful.