Amorim, David

David Amorim

B.Sc., M.Sc., P.Eng.


David has over five years of experience in structural engineering. He has been involved in the preliminary and detailed design of large transportation and infrastructure structures. He is predominantly experienced in projects involving the replacement of bridge structures, bridge rehabilitations, condition assessments and structural load rating studies, structural culvert replacements including cast-in-place concrete box structures, precast concrete box structures and CSP/SPCSP pipes and arches, pedestrian and cyclist underpasses and rehabilitation and design of overhead sign support structures.

David is a Sessional Instructor at the University of Manitoba teaching Structural Analysis and Capstone Design Project courses. He is currently the Vice President of the American Concrete Institute - Manitoba Chapter. 

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All-Season Roads - Manitoba

The East Side Road Authority was mandated by the Province of Manitoba to undertake the East Side Transportation Initiative. It includes the construction of 1028 km of all-season roads, and associated bridges. This new transportation network will provide safe and reliable service to 13 First Nation communities on the east side of Lake Winnipeg to provincial roads. Dillon has been involved in four of the seven projects under this East Side Transportation Initiative. 

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Floodway Expansion - Red River, MB

Floodway Expansion - Red River, MB

Following the 1997 “Flood of the Century,” the Province of Manitoba studied a variety of options to improve Winnipeg’s flood protection facilities. The expansion of the Red River Floodway was the preferred option to best provide protection from the one in 700 year flood in the Winnipeg area. Replacement of existing railway and highway bridges was required to span the widened floodway channel and increase the clearance underneath each bridge.

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Southwest Transitway - Winnipeg, MB

The transitway is a high-speed roadway for buses, physically separated from the regular street system, allowing buses to operate at speeds up to 80kph, free of any other traffic to provide fast, reliable service.Dillon acted as project lead, providing expertise in systems design, traffic operations, foundation design, structural design, running way and roadway design, signaling and transit priority measures, station design, construction planning, construction administration, rapid transit service planning, system implementation. Read More