Three Toronto firms to manage $685-million Go Transit expansion
April 6, 2004
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Three consutling engineering firms are working together to manage a project to expand the Go Transit commuter trans...
Three consutling engineering firms are working together to manage a project to expand the Go Transit commuter transit system in the Toronto area.<br>
Giffels, in joint venture with Acres and Marshall Macklin Monaghan, have been hired to be program managers for a $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.”<br>
The program involves improving, upgrading and expanding the rail line in all the system’s corridors.<br>
The consulting engineers will do engineering for the structures, the track, signals, etc. and do construction administration. They will also be coordinating different agencies and organizing public consultations.<br>