The report reviews the current regulatory landscape and considerations for growth.
Arup has appointed four new principals across the Americas region, including one in Canada. Melissa Burton, CEng, leads the firm’s consulting practice for Canada. She recently moved to Toronto after spending five years with the company in London, England, and…
The International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE) has announced the laureates for its 2020 awards, including the first honour for a Canadian structure since the program was initiated in 1998—the new Samuel De Champlain Bridge over the Saint…
The Americas region board for Arup has announced the promotions of its newest associate principals and associates. They include 10 associates working with the consulting engineering firm’s Canadian offices, in Toronto and Montreal, as follow (in alphabetical order by surname).…
Arup, a global consulting engineering firm, recently welcomed clients and partners to its 65,000-sf, four-floor Toronto offices to unveil two new ‘incubators,’ the Maker’s and Pegasus Labs. Maker’s Lab (pictured above) facilitates modelling, production, assembly and prototyping. The open collaboration…
On Nov. 11, the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction’s (CISC’s) Quebec Region handed out its 21st annual Steel Awards for Excellence in Steel Construction at Montreal’s Windsor Hotel. Organized by Quebec Region manager Hellen Christodoulou, the event highlighted projects that…
Zvonko Trajkovic, P.Eng., has joined the firm’s Toronto office to spearhead the growth of the rail systems engineering practice in the Americas.
Craig Forrest brings more than 24 years of experience to the new leadership role, and the Canadian office also welcomes a new associate principal and announces a number of recent promotions.
The sole Canadian representative is Zoran Markovic, P.Eng., leader of the buildings practice in Arup Canada.
The Mosaic Transit Group will design, build, finance and maintain the 11km LRT that will run in a semi-exclusive lane along Finch Avenue.
The firm’s latest Canadian-based Associate Principal and Associate announcements.
The white paper defines a value proposition for MaaS, with a specific focus on the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
Among the new promotions is Martin Landry who has been responsible for Arup’s Montreal office over the last four years.
The project will incorporate renewable energy technologies such as solar panels and geo-exchange systems.
Project includes construction of a second tunnel under Highway 401/409 to accommodate two tracks, future signaling and communications infrastructure.
Sean Meadows and Mladen Nikolic bring added experience to firm.