With the release of initial renderings, JLR’s in-house design team has provided new insight into what they hope to accomplish with this project.
The East West Connectors consortium is led by Kiewit and the VINCI Group, with design engineering services by WSP Canada and Hatch Ltd.
When factored to include the long-term cost to maintain and rehabilitate both the existing Trillium Line and its new extension, the total project is valued at $1.6 billion.
Along with a relocation in Montreal and name change, three longstanding associates Roberto Campos, Bruno Morin and Pascale Tétrault have been named partners in the firm.
Toronto adding six new GO/SmartTrack stations and Ottawa’s LRT Stage 2 gets $50M boost.
“The project needed to be delivered under a tight, fast-track time frame without interrupting service along the transit corridor.” -John Elliot
The awards will be presented on November 15 at a special ITA Tunnelling Awards ceremony held during the global AFTES Congress in Paris, November 13-16.