Arup: Shaping A Better Transportation System

October 19, 2018 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sandford Fleming Building, ITS Lab and Testbed, Room SF3103
10 King's College Rd 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5S 3G8
Pat Doherty

This talk will present a brief history of Arup’s transportation work in Toronto and other locations; Marc-Paul’s personal journey at Arup and why he thinks he is a ‘lifer’; cool projects currently underway @ Arup and a look to the future.

All are welcome to attend the talk, and no RSVP is necessary.

Students who registered for the pizza lunch (SOLD OUT) will meet in BA7231 following the presentation.

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Toronto Pearson International Airport, Terminal 1, Ontario ©Timothy Hursley

Head shot of Marc-Paul Gauthier

Marc-Paul Gauthier

Marc-Paul Gauthier is an associate at Arup who leads the transportation modelling and design stream at Arup for Toronto and Canada. He has broad transportation experience spanning 15 years, working on primarily urban transportation projects. His legacy project so far is the revitalization of Queen’s Quay on the central waterfront. Since then, major projects include detailed design of the Edmonton Valley Line LRT, modelling the Eglinton East LRT and now implementing the Finch West LRT.

All are welcome to attend.

This seminar is presented by the University of Toronto Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Student Chapter and Arup.

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