Paul E. Nimigon

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Paul E. Nimigon, BES

Vice President Transportation – Rail

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Key Highlights:

  • More than 38 years of transit and railway experience with MMM Group Limited and CANAC Inc. (a Canadian National Railway subsidiary), as well as Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) where he held tenures as Chief of Transportation for Ontario and Quebec, as well as General Manager, Service Design and Planning in Calgary
  • Extensive experience on heavy rail and commuter transit projects including Metrolinx, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), VIA Rail, Quebec / Windsor High-Speed Rail, CPR, and Canadian National Railway (CNR)
  • Extensive expertise managing large projects from inception to successful completion, such as CPR’s Network Management Centre in Calgary, Alberta, and the Windsor / Detroit Tunnel operations for import / export container traffic
  • Led the interface with Transport Canada and the Canadian Transportation Agency regarding necessary transit construction and operating methodology to ensure the Ottawa commuter project was aligned with accepted industry heavy rail and light rail transit standards

Selected Heavy Rail Project Experience:

  • Metrolinx Eglinton Crosstown TTC Project, Toronto, Ontario
  • TTC Spadina Subway Expansion, Toronto, Ontario
  • TTC Capital Works Project, Toronto, Ontario
  • Feasibility Studies and Detail Design on Lakeshore East, Milton, and Bolton GO Transit Corridors, Ontario
  • Operations Plan – UP Express ( Union Pearson) from Toronto Union Station to Pearson Airport, Toronto, Ontario
  • Project Management on behalf of OMERS / CPR to Secure Funding, Engineering, and EA Approvals for Proposed Rail Tunnel between Windsor and Detroit
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Projects

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    Spadina Subway Extension

    Member of the joint venture consortium awarded the seven-year, $100 million project management services contract for the Spadina Line extension The TTC subway network will be expanded to outside of the city limits, providing a critical extension for the existing Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway system Six new stations will be built along the extension…

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