Arup has announced six new principals that have been added to the Americas region of the international firm.
Martin Landry, Arup
Among the new promotions is Martin Landry, OAQ, PMP, LEED AP, who has been responsible for Arup’s Montreal office over the last four years, managing client relationships and market development in Québec and the Canadian east coast.
Landry also provides planning leadership and on-site project management for a wide range of strategic aviation planning studies at some of the busiest airports around the world.
Joining Arup in 1998, Landry leads the global airport planning team and specializes in airport masterplans, passenger terminal buildings, support facilities, and project leadership.
With 24 years of experience as an architect, mainly in the aviation sector, he has worked on a variety of aviation projects in Europe, Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, and the Americas. More recently, Landry has been appointed as the Aviation Skills Leader for the Americas.
The other new principals in the Americas Region include: Jenny Buckley, based in the New York office, providing engineering advice and project management for clients across an array of delivery methods; Margaret Newman, also based in New York, who has over 25 years of experience as an architect and urban planner; Brian Swett, based in Boston, a nationally recognized leader in climate change and sustainability strategy in cities with over a decade of leadership experience on both the government and private sector sides of sustainable urban development; Jorge Valenzuela, who is based in San Francisco and leads the transaction advice business for San Francisco and Latin America; and Janine Witko, who leads the water business in the Americas working out of New York.