2016 TAC Conference & Exhibition
Delivering smarter solutions to manage increasing transportation demands
Toronto Sheraton Centre
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
By 2035, we can expect five billion more city-dwellers to share, live in, and move around our urban centers. It’s time to think smarter and longer-term to meet their transportation needs.
At this year’s Transportation Association conference in Toronto, some of Hatch’s most senior infrastructure specialists are discussing urban solutions with a long-term view. Through project examples and best practice development, our TAC presenters will explain how to deliver more holistic, smarter infrastructure to meet future urban transit demand.
Here’s the line-up:
Tuesday, September 27:
- 8:30 a.m. Fred Cummings, Hatch’s regional manager in Western North America, will be a panelist for the session on “Public–private partnerships—public sector considerations and lessons learned,” in the City Hall Room, 2nd floor
Wednesday, September 28:
- 9:00 a.m. Philip Murray, our senior vice president of infrastructure, presents on “ Hodder Avenue Underpass: Innovative use of ultra-high-performance concrete for rapid bridge construction” in the Linden Room, Mezzanine Level
- 9:30 a.m. Tom Eichenbaum a project advisor with 38 years’ experience, will present on “King Road/rail grade separation–an innovative construction of a new road underpass” in the Linden Room, Mezzanine Level
- 10:30 a.m. Andy Hares a senior project manager, will present on “Utility coordination: North-West Path Pedestrian Tunnel” in the Birchwood Ballroom, Mezzanine Level
- 11:00 a.m. Tom Eichenbaum will present on “TAC’S new Canadian roundabout design guide – 2016” in the Chestnut West Room, Mezzanine Level
The 2016 TAC conference and exhibition is hosted by Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation, the City of Toronto, and Metrolinx.