Designing and Constructing the Finch LRT – January 14, 2020
Location: York University, Toronto, ON
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.
Get Noticed, Get Hired! – January 30, 2020
Location: Ryerson University, Toronto, ON
Are you a student or a recent graduate and getting ready to go into the workforce?
Need advice on how to make your resume standout amongst the competition?
Want to learn the secrets of answering those tricky interview questions?
If yes, then join us as we bring the interview room to you by having a panelist of veteran recruiters and project managers discuss what they look for in potential employees. With decades of combined experience in the civil engineering industry, our panel will provide valuable insight on how to land your dream job from resume tricks to interview tips and everything in between. You will also have an opportunity to ask your questions about the hiring process.
Registration Link: TBA
Utility Risk Mitigation and Integration – CATT UESI CSCE – February 5, 2020
This seminar will focus on utility risk mitigation and integration on projects tied to the use of these services. The main objective of this presentation is to introduce/update the participants on all aspects of Utilities Engineering Service, and how they are used to manage Utility Related Risk on projects.
Registration Link: TBA
Stormwater – A Valuable Resource – February 26, 2020
Resilient Cities, Sustainability, Low Impact Development, Biodiversity. The presentations will cover the impact of designing with new regulations regarding stormwater infiltration, pre & post development, controlled discharge, passive irrigation and the re-use of stormwater as a resource. Reducing the amount of stormwater discharging into existing infrastructure.
Sustainable urban forestry programs utilizing stormwater. Green / Blue Roof design and benefits. Variable methodology to keep stormwater shallow to provide the greatest benefits to society and Modelling of Design for Best Management of Stormwater