Three Toronto firms to help manage $685-million Go Transit expansion
April 6, 2004
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Three consulting engineering firms are working together to help manage a project to expand the Go Transit commuter...
Three consulting engineering firms are working together to help manage a project to expand the Go Transit commuter transit system in the Toronto area.
Giffels, Acres and Marshall Macklin Monaghan, have been hired to provide “Program management consultant services” for the $685 million rail infrastructure program which is expected to take up to eight years to complete. The joint venture is known as “AGM Program Managers.”
The improvements to the rail line are in all the Go Transit system’s corridors and will include upgrades to the structures, track, signals and stations. There will also be work to do in scheduling and transportation planning and public and agency consultations.