WHAT WE DO
We offer Engineering services for roadside safety systems, construction traffic staging, structural design and roadway signage to Owners, Contractors and Consultants.
Road building is a dynamic industry. We can create a flexible design that can be refined and adjusted to suit your requirements. By combining practical designs with leading edge products our clients realize savings in both costs and time.
We will develop an interactive partnership with you, provide creative and innovative approaches in planning phase of your work, react to change quickly through the project execution phase and will see your project through to completion making safety a reality.
We are a hands-on, pro-active company that not only completes work on time and on budget, but one that also strive to builds relationships with our customers and vendors.
JEREMY A. GREEN, P. ENG.
Jeremy is a licensed Professional Engineer and is a graduate of Carleton University in Civil Engineering with a Concentration in Management. Jeremy’s past experience includes working as a Construction Inspector and Plans Examiner in a government Engineering department, a Project Engineer in Training for a large scale Heavy Civil General Contractor on a high profile projects on 400 series Highways, a Contract Administrator for a respected Consulting Engineering firm and has most recently has been the Contracts & Claims Manager for Powell Contracting Ltd., the leading installer of roadside safety products in Ontario.
BEN POWELL, P. ENG.
Ben leads the Safe Roads Engineering team with more than 15 years of experience in roadside safety design and installation; including sign support structure assembly, mobile lift and noise barrier design and construction. Ben is a licensed Professional Engineer and a graduate from the University of Waterloo in Civil Structural Engineering. Ben is an authority on solving design problems, providing proposals for alternative configurations and developing innovative construction techniques in the Noise Barrier and roadsides safety industries.
MOHAMMAD VAKILI, P. ENG., M. SC
Senior Structural/Bridge Engineer
Mohammad is a licensed Professional Engineer with the Professional Engineers of Ontario, and a Masters graduate from the University of Tehran in Structural Engineering, and Project Management from the University of Toronto. Mohammad has over 20 years of experience in design, inspection, evaluation, and construction of transportation infrastructure such as bridges, retaining walls, sound walls, sign support structures, railway structures, shoring and parking structures. Prior to joining Safe Roads Engineering Mohammad worked for IBI and AECOM Canada as a Senior Structural/Bridge Engineer in high profile projects.
SASHA GOLLISH, P. ENG., M. ENG
Vulnerable User & Road Safety Expert
Sasha is a licensed Professional Engineer with the Professional Engineers of Ontario and a Masters Graduate from the University of Toronto Civil Engineering Department. Sasha brings a wealth of experience to the Safe Roads Engineering office with a background in planning, policy, and engineering. Prior to joining Safe Roads Engineering Sasha worked for the Province of Ontario, most notably on the recent Ontario Cycling Strategy. Her work experience at the Ministry also included Highway Planning and Design on several 400-series highways in Central Ontario, including the 407 East Extension from Brock Street to Highway 115/35. She is also an active participant in several working groups for active transportation, road safety and vulnerable road users, including the Ontario Cycling Association.
MARK C. AYTON, P. ENG.
Senior Engineer, Highway Design
Mark is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario with over three decades of highway design and construction experience. Mark is a technical expert on geometric and roadside safety design, and during his past career with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO), developed and implemented many construction standards, design guidelines, design policies, design manuals and technical presentations and training sessions for MTO and the Ontario Provincial Standards for Roads and Public Works (OPS). From 1999 until leaving MTO in 2018, Mark was an associate member of the AASHTO Technical Committee on Roadside Safety who are responsible for developing and updating the AASHTO Roadside Design Guide and Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH). Now with Safe Roads Engineering applying his technical expertise on engineering projects and technical training, Mark will continue his involvement with TRB Roadside Safety Design committee and various NCHRP projects.