Gord Firth


Gord Firth, P.Eng.

Manager, Highways Department


Key Highlights:

  • More than 25 years of professional experience in all forms of transportation projects, with specialization in Ontario Ministry of Transportation highway / freeway projects
  • Extensive experience in the development and management of transportation planning, as well as in all aspects of highway engineering design including drainage, environmental, roadside safety, traffic control and staging (for several projects with more than 80,000 vehicles per day through the work zone), value engineering, risk assessments, and constructability reviews
  • Expert at managing a range of project delivery models such as traditional Design, Tender, and Build; Design / Build; and the Early Contractor Involvement or Construction Manager General Contractor (CMGC) model

Select Project Experience:

  • Highway 400 Median Barrier Reconstruction, north of Canal Road to Innisfil Beach Rd., Bradford – Innisfil, Ontario
  • Highway 17 (New) Four-Lane Divided Highway, Planning and Preliminary Design, Pre-Design, and Design / Build (with Contractor Kiewit / Garden River First Nation), Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
  • Sioux Narrows Heritage Bridge Replacement and Hwy 71 Resurfacing, Planning and Preliminary Design and Detail Design, Sioux Narrows, Ontario
  • QEW – Guelph Line Interchange Reconfiguration Detail Design, Oakville, Ontario
  • Highway 69 Four-Laning Detail Designs – 40km Freeway including Service / Haul Roads, French River / Shawanaga First Nation, Ontario
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