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Welcome to the website for the Toronto Section of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. On this site you will find all of the information you need relating to Section Events, Contacts, History, and other valuable information.

COMING UP: Designing and Constructing the Finch LRT

The design of a new 18 stop light rail transit (LRT) system is currently being designed to connect the northeast and northwest ends of Toronto. At the end of 2017, Mosaic Transit Group was awarded the contract by Infrastructure Ontario. Construction is expected to be complete by 2023.

Designing this 11 km stretch of transit along a major traffic route presents many unique project constraints. Overcoming these obstacles and delivering a successful project requires diverse teams and creative solutions. This event will feature a panel presentation from three key perspectives in the project. Attendees will then have the floor to ask any questions and participate in a thought-provoking discussion.

For more information or if you have any questions, email torontocsce@gmail.com or visit www.cscetoronto.ca.

For tickets and more details, please visit our eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/designing-and-constructing-the-finch-lrt-tickets-84653106721

PAST: CSCE National Lecture Tour – Climate Change

Infrastructure is traditionally designed with the assumption that the climate is stationary. Given the broad scientific consensus that global climate change is now occurring on a time scale shorter than the life of most infrastructure, it is clear that our design criteria must be adapted to take climate change into account. This dinner & presentation will provide a picture of future climate projections across Canada and impacts of climate change on infrastructure.

Presenter: Jean-Luc joined the firm Lasalle | NHC in 2018 as a project engineer. He has a Ph.D. in hydrology and climate change from the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). He has published scientific papers and presented his research at international conferences. Jean-Luc serves on several boards and committees in addition to teaching fluid mechanics and water resources at ÉTS.

For more information or if you have any questions, email torontocsce@gmail.com or visit www.cscetoronto.ca.

For tickets and more details, please visit our eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/climate-change-current-issues-for-civil-engineering-tickets-77315941061

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Come join the Toronto Section of the CSCE. For more information see our membership page.

There are several positions open within the executive committee this year. Join us and help make the Toronto CSCE Section even more successful! For more information, see our executives page. 

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