A Dillon team of transportation engineers and planners will have a significant role at the 2015 Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Conference and Exhibition, held in Prince Edward Island from September 27-30.
David Wiebe will present on the City of Winnipeg’s Waverley West Arterial Roads Project Part 3 “From Paper to Pavement” as part of the session “Geometric Design - Lessons Learned: Linkages between Design Standards and Road Safety. Shawn Doyle will present on the City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway East Planning Study and associated innovative planning techniques with support from Claudio Covelli and Adam Lanigan. Claudio will present at the annual awards luncheon on behalf of Dillon as a TAC Foundation scholarship donor. As Structures Standing Committee vice-chair, Chris Haines will host a structures session.
David Wiebe is a partner and transportation engineer with over 14 years of experience on transportation infrastructure projects including project management, specification, detailed design and contract administration. He also works in the field of transportation planning, having been involved in traffic studies, signalization studies and network planning.
Shawn Doyle is a partner and transportation planning engineer with over 25 years of experience in transportation and traffic planning and engineering. He has worked extensively for clients in central, western and eastern Canada, and has also worked on international assignments in the Caribbean and Middle East. Shawn has managed a broad spectrum of technical assignments ranging from long-range transportation policy, to corridor and network planning projects, traffic and parking planning assignments and detailed traffic operations assessment studies.
Claudio Covelli is a partner with over 30 years of experience in traffic and transportation planning with an emphasis on leading large multi-discipline transportation studies. He has successfully directed many studies that included needs assessment, travel demand forecasting, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and integration of this work with effective public consultation programs.
Adam Lanigan is an associate and transportation engineer with over 14 years of experience in transportation planning and forecasting. He has worked on a wide variety of transportation planning and operations projects across Canada and the United States with a focus on transportation modelling.
Chris Haines is a project manager and structural engineer with 22 years of experience working for private and public sector projects including billion-dollar joint ventures and public-private partnerships. He has been involved in the design, inspection and rehabilitation of bridges, culverts, marine structures, airports and industrial facilities across Canada, and internationally.