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Jeff Matthews

B.E.Sc., P.Eng.
Partner / Technical Lead
E: jmatthews@dillon.ca

Bio

Jeff has 30 years of experience managing major transportation infrastructure projects involving highways, bridges and other municipal infrastructure. His project experience includes coordinating large multi-discipline teams, working cooperatively and effectively with a wide variety of project stakeholders, including contractors and sponsors, as well as involvement in all aspects of highway projects, including project management, design, environmental assessment, public participation and contract administration. Jeff has experience is all forms of alternative project delivery models for delivering solutions to clients. Jeff is the Technical Leader for the Engineering group and Director of Technical Risk.

Dundas Place - London, ON

The City of London had a vision to transform Dundas Street in downtown London, ON, into Dundas Place, a key public space and cultural hub that will encourage residential intensification in the core, showcase the built heritage of the area and shape downtown London for decades to come. The City of London is faced with the challenge of accommodating significant growth in high density development that is anticipated adjacent to Dundas Place, while protecting the street’s rich history, character and heritage. Being retained as the prime consultant, Dillon partnered with Gehl in the Class Environmental Assessment (EA) to provide the urban design, landscape architecture, placemaking, EA planning, consultation, and engineering expertise to turn Dundas Street into a flexible environment that is shared by pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.

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Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway - Windsor / Essex, ON

The Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway is the roadway component of the Detroit River’sNew International Trade Crossing. Federal, provincial and state governments in the United States and Canada partnered to find a solution that provides safe, efficient and secure movement of people and goods across the border. The project, previously called the Windsor Essex Parkway, has an anticipated capital cost of $1.6B (CDN) is being delivered as an Alternative Finance Procurement (AFP). Once complete the new parkway will provide uninterrupted traffic flow. This is the most significant highway investment being made in Ontario. 

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