Webinar: Engineering Success in Canada's Greater Toronto Area - September 15, 2015

Learn what attracts top engineering firms to Canada’s Toronto area!

Watch or listen to a recording of our webinar for free!

Canada has emerged and established itself as a leader in infrastructure development. Learn why the Greater Toronto Area is home to the world’s top engineering firms and how your organization can benefit from investment in this region.

View or listen to our presentation to learn how your engineering firm can profit from:

  • Canada’s low business costs
  • Government procurement infrastructure opportunities
  • Access to the largest concentration of engineering professionals in Canada

Download the presentations

Engineering success in the Greater Toronto Area (PDF file)
Learn how Canada’s billion dollar infrastructure projects and deep talent pool make the Greater Toronto Area the location of choice for engineering investment.
Presentation by Halton Region

Investing in Ontario (PDF file)
Hatch Mott MacDonald reviews their success in the region and opportunities to access clients, talent and the pipeline of infrastructure projects coming forward in the Toronto area.
Presentation by Hatch Mott MacDonald

A new hospital for Oakville (PDF file)
Halton Healthcare Services discusses one of Ontario’s largest P3 capital infrastructure projects in recent years – the new $2.7 billion Oakville Hospital.
Presentation by Halton Healthcare

Bonus material - Free fact sheet

Download a free fact sheet

Discover 5 reasons why Canada’s Toronto area is home to the world’s top engineering firms. Included in the fact sheet is a case study about why Siemens chose this area for its new Canadian Headquarters.

Featured Speakers:

Carl Bodimeade, P.Eng., Vice President at Hatch Mott MacDonald

Carl Bodimeade will speak about Hatch Mott MacDonald’s success in the region and discuss opportunities to access clients, talent, and the pipeline of infrastructure projects coming forward in the Greater Toronto Area.

Carl has 30 years of experience in project management and engineering for a wide range of projects in the water supply and wastewater treatment, urban infrastructure and brownfield development, power and industrial sectors.

He is a Senior Vice-President of Hatch Mott MacDonald, responsible for strategy and business development of the Canadian business unit. Carl is also the Water & Wastewater Practice Leader for HMM’s Canadian operations.

Carl presently serves as the Chair of the Ontario Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (OCSI), a group of six professional organizations committed to promoting Safe and Sustainable Infrastructure in Ontario.

Bill Bailey, Vice President, Redevelopment at Halton Healthcare

Bill Bailey of Halton Healthcare will present a case study on the new state-of-the art $2.7 billion Oakville Hospital – one of Ontario’s largest P3 capital infrastructure projects in recent years.

Bill oversees all the operations of the Redevelopment Office, which has responsibility for capital improvement and renovation projects at Halton Healthcare. He is the executive lead for the new Oakville Hospital Project; a new 1.6 million square feet facility; and, the major redevelopment and expansion projects at both the Milton District and Georgetown Hospitals.

With more than twenty years of infrastructure planning experience in Ontario, Bill brings an extensive knowledge of hospital facility planning and strategic capital infrastructure investment development to his position. Prior to joining Halton Healthcare in 2006, Bill had been with the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) as the Director, Capital Planning and Strategies Branch and was responsible for Provincial Hospital Capital Planning.

Find out more about why top engineering firms are considering to locate in the Greater Toronto Area. Hosted by Halton Region.