Mark Hartley


Mark Hartley, B.Sc. (Fisheries), M.Sc., P.Eng.

Senior Project Manager, Water Resources

Key Highlights:

  • Joined MMM in 2015 with more than 25 years of experience in flood and erosion hazards assessment and remediation, with a keen appreciation of the form and function of valleys and watercourses, as well as their interactions with infrastructure and neighbourhoods
  • Expert in developing integrational synergies in water resources engineering, fisheries science, and fluvial geomorphology
  • Broad range of project experience, including watershed (rural drainage and storm sewers) and river corridor analysis, flood / erosion hazard modeling & mapping, flood / erosion risk assessment, detailed design, and construction of preferred mitigation measures
  • Considerable experience with Municipal Class Environmental Assessments for valley slopes, bank stabilization, stream channel design, and stormwater infrastructure retrofits

Select Project Experience:

  • Groff Mill Two Zone Study, Cambridge, Ontario
  • Welland River Floodplain Mapping, Niagara Falls, Ontario
  • Floodplain Hazard Mapping & Risk Assessment, St. Stephen, New Brunswick
  • Restoration of Bronte Creek in Lowville Park, Burlington, Ontario
  • Realignment of Pefferlaw Brook, Uxbridge, Ontario
  • Spring Creek Channel Restoration, Brampton, Ontario
  • Hidden Valley Creek Watershed Hydrology / Hydraulic Study, Kitchener, Ontario*
  • Highland Creek Flood Impact Assessment & Valley Reconstruction, Toronto, Ontario*
  • Etobicoke Creek at Bloor Street Erosion Assessment, Etobicoke, Ontario*
  • Pine River Flood Assessment, Melanchton, Ontario*
  • Lower Don Mouth Naturalization Project, Toronto, Ontario*
  • Riffle Design and Construction in Rogerson Municipal Drain, Huron East, Ontario*
  • Stormwater Management Retrofit Study Phase III, Vaughan, Ontario*
  • Removal of Five Oaks Dam on Whiteman’s Creek, Paris, Ontario*

*Denotes experience gained prior to MMM

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