Small and large urban centres have unique transportation challenges that may have single one-way lanes to divided arterials with transportation modes for vehicles, transit, cyclists and pedestrians. McIntosh Perry can assist our clients with transportation studies, Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, Preliminary and Detailed Design of new or road rehabilitation, widening’s, new bike lanes, multi-use pathways, sidewalks and intersection designs.
Many of the urban projects are multi-faceted and our interdisciplinary team of transportation, traffic, municipal and environmental engineers and landscape architects can assists our municipal clients with an aesthetically pleasing design while ensuring a design that is safe, operational and user friendly.
Key members of the engineering team have worked previously for municipalities. This practical experience affords us the inherent understanding of operations and maintenance issues as well as the consultation process. That in-depth comprehension allows McIntosh Perry the advantage of foresight, while also providing our clients with efficient and effective professionals who know the best routes of communications in such an atmosphere.
In doing so, McIntosh Perry has the ability to tailor our services to our municipal clients, recognizing that requirements can vary greatly among these settings. Our clients have included an abundance of municipalities across Ontario, involving a variety of small and large-scale projects. McIntosh Perry enjoys established and respected relationships with our clients and within the industry as a whole.