Building Smart Cities takes into consideration that physical design and technology can be used to support diversity, creativity, intellectual stimulation, and true productivity for all citizens.
TransitNEXT, wholly-owned by SNC-Lavalin, was selected to extend the line south, while East-West Connectors led by Kiewit and VINCI Group, along with design services provided by WSP and Hatch, will build out east and west sections.
The $411.8 million P3 contract was signed with North Star Infrastructure which includes design-build partners: Kiewit, Hatch, and Thurber Engineering.
Celebrating the firm’s 30th anniversary in Sudbury, the donation is part of Hatch’s ongoing commitment of more than $2 million in global scholarships annually.
Infrastructure Project of the Year was awarded for the Eglinton Crosstown LRT Tunnels.
“The Lake Manitoba and Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels project is vital to protect Manitobans who have sacrificed so much because of flooding,” Manitoba Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler
Third Crossing bridge to be the first in North America to use an Integrated Project Delivery model
The Hamilton LRT will include 14km of new rapid transit from McMaster University through downtown Hamilton to Eastgate Square, from the west end of the city to the east.
The collaboration will facilitate the development of mining potential in the 1,200km corridor that holds major deposits of iron and other minerals, including rare earths.
Comprised of Hatch, Parsons, and WSP, the 4TRANSIT joint venture will provide technical advisory services for two major work packages tendered under Metrolinx’s RER program.
Sander is the former executive director and CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation.
Project includes construction of a second tunnel under Highway 401/409 to accommodate two tracks, future signaling and communications infrastructure.