Steven has been with Safe Roads Engineering since Early 2020. He has 30 years of progressive experience in Oil and Gas, Mining, Retail, Land Development, and Roads. His experience spans the globe with projects throughout Canada and the United States as well as Morocco, Italy, and United Arab Emirates.
Joseph has 15 years of experience with both Private and Public sector clients. His specialties include Transportation Planning, Operations and Design.
Mr. Gowrie has worked on Traffic Engineering varying sized projects across Canada, and has previously taught both Highway Design and Transportation Planning courses at the post-secondary level.
Brad brings more than 15 years of transportation engineering experience – with expertise in roadside safety and geometric design – to his role as Manager of Roadside Safety. He has completed numerous roadside safety reviews for MTO, municipalities, and Highway 407 ETR and has developed standard and non-standard solutions to solve challenging temporary and permanent design issues.
Brad worked at MTO for nearly 10 years in several roles with a focus on the development of polices, guidelines, and contract documentation related to roadside safety hardware.
Brad is a licensed Professional Engineer and is certified as a Road Safety Professional Level 1 (RSP1). He is the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies Ontario (ACEC) representative on the Ontario Provincial Standards (OPS) Traffic Safety Committee, which helps him maintain up-to-date knowledge of roadside hardware standards and specifications.
Marc has been involved in transportation design full time since 2012, with five years of summer experience prior to 2012. Marc has a variety of experience in Project Management, Transportation and Traffic Design, Drainage and Hydrology Design, as well as Contract Administration.
Marc has been involved with the Preliminary and Detailed Design of more than 50 Bridge Rehabilitations, six Bridge Replacements, one Interchange Reconstruction, and more than 25 Highway Pavement Rehabilitations. Detailed Design duties have included the completion of hydrologic/hydraulic analysis, tender preparation, geometric design for new alignments, highway, and staging design, and coordinating with various approval agencies. Marc has also led the design of Design Build contracts throughout Eastern, Central, and Northeastern Ontario.
Mark is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario with almost four decades of highway design and construction experience. Mark is a technical expert on geometric design, roadside safety design, and barrier systems. Prior to joining Safe Roads Engineering in 2018, Mark worked for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) where he developed and implemented many construction standards, design guidelines, design policies, design manuals, technical presentations, and training sessions for MTO, Ontario Provincial Standards for Roads and Public Works (OPS), Ontario Provincial Police, and Ontario Good Roads Association. From 1999 through 2018, Mark represented Ontario as an associate member of the AASHTO Technical Committee on Roadside Safety (TCRS). TCRS is responsible for developing and updating the AASHTO Roadside Design Guide and the Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH). In addition to applying his technical expertise on Safe Roads Engineering projects including detailed design assignments, safety reviews, technical presentations, and training, Mark in conjunction with the Safe Roads Research and Development Team develops and crash tests roadside safety and physical security products. Mark continues to be an active participant with TRB Roadside Safety Design Committee, NCHRP projects and Task Force 13 in the US.
Jim has more than 30 years of engineering experience with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO). His technical skills relate to bridge and highway design, with an emphasis on roadside safety. He also has broad-based experience with all aspects of highway engineering resulting from development of highway construction contract documents and development of design quality assurance procedures.
Since 2019, Jim has served as Senior Engineer, Quality Auditor, with Safe Roads Engineering (SRE) Inc. He led development of SRE Quality Control (QC) plans and procedures and leads application of QC for SRE design projects. He also serves as Project Manager on SRE projects that align with his prior experience.
Mohammad has more than 35 years of structural design experience and is approved through MTO’s RAQS for design of both Single Span Structures and Biennial Bridge Inspections. He has extensive experience in the design and rehabilitation of bridges, retaining walls, and other structures throughout Ontario and Alberta.
Mohammad has managed preliminary, detailed designed, and contract document preparation for a four-span, precast girder bridges (100 m) on open abutments plus high retaining walls ; a 24 m span curved voided slab bridge; preliminary, detailed design and tender documentation for a two-span (50 m) continuous precast girder bridge with abutments and piers on caissons, as well as project and construction management of an eight-lane boulevard (3 km) including culverts, drainage, pavement, sewer, water supply, electrical and communication cables, light poles and lift stations for run-off.
Mohammad has completed Project & Quality Management training from the University of Toronto (2010) and holds a MSc. in Structural Engineering (1985) and a BSc. in Civil Engineering (1983), both from the University of Tehran.
Bill, P.Eng. is a professional engineer with more than 27 years of experience in the province of Ontario and an Applied Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Toronto. He serves as a Quality Verification Engineer (QVE) with Safe Roads Engineering conducting field inspections for noise barrier walls, overhead sign structures, and footings, plus providing engineer sealed certificates of conformance that comply with the contract specifications and Ontario Provincial Specification Standards. Bill is also a lead inspector on Ontario Structure Inspection Manual (OSIM) and Road Safety Assessment projects involving guide rail system improvements, and for inspection and certification of energy attenuator terminals implemented onto Ontario Highways. Bill also reviews and provides engineer sealed drawings for clients on Traffic Management Plans, and fabrication drawings for traffic railing barriers on road safety construction improvement projects.
Mansoor has more than 18 years of experience in bridge design, as well as structural, construction, and inspection of geotechnical designs.
Mansoor has supervised, directed, and participated in construction inspection activities for several infrastructure projects for the Region of Peel, the City of Toronto, York Region, and station redevelopment for Metrolinx RER and the Toronto Transit Commission. He has extensive experience in coordinating the day-to-day management of design and construction projects, including creating, maintaining, and monitoring project plans, budgeting, scheduling, and inspections.
Mansoor has completed both the Canadian Work Experience Co-Op Program from the Yorkdale Adult Learning Centre (2014) and Humber College’s Engineer Software Skill Enhancement program (2014). He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Azad University (2001).
Bali has more than 30 years of experience in civil engineering and has been involved in a wide range of geostructural design projects and experience with excavation design, shoring and deep foundation design and slope stabilization.
Anjelica is a Structural Engineer with 8 years of experience in the design and construction of bridges and culverts. She has been engaged in preliminary and detailed design, design and calculation checking, and structural inspections and evaluations according to the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code. Anjelica has overseen field and construction inspections, served as a Contractor Liaison, and has been accountable for site safety procedures and initiatives. She has written and reviewed design reports and memos, prepared special contract provisions, and presented to clients for new construction as well as rehabilitation and replacement of bridges, culverts, and buildings.
Mohammad is a registered professional engineer in Ontario with more than 15 years of experience in geotechnical and geostructural engineering. He has experience initiating constructive solutions with a problem-solving mindset and is familiar with AREMA, CFEM, OBC, CSA, CHBDC, OPSS, PTI, ASTM, FHWA, AASHTO, ACI, and other requirements set by provincial and regional authorities (TTC, Metrolinx, TRCA, etc.). Mohammad has managed design, delivery, and budget in many different projects, and has experience preparing and negotiating proposals and change order requests. He also has experience liaising with clients and coordinating with project stakeholders.
Sammy has more than 20 years of experience in civil engineering, specializing in precast concrete structures, buried concrete structures, design and manufacturing, concrete materials technology, plus quality assurance programs and execution. He has worked on several large-scale public projects involving precast concrete and his professional experience in the industry allows him to support many precast manufacturers across the entire technical spectrum, including contract bidding, formwork and equipment procurement, concrete design, structural design, production, quality assurance, construction, and project management. He currently sits on several technical committees, including the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code.
Sammy has conducted research and development projects involving concrete mix, steel fibre reinforced concrete, reinforced concrete pipes, and the precast concrete fabrication process.
Previously, Sammy operated consulting company L. S. Wong and Associates Inc.