This course is offered through Contact North and is being Live Streamed, presentations will not be recorded. You must log in each day to attend this live session.
To introduce participants to the basics of designing new and retrofit urban and rural intersections.
Who Should Attend?
Analysts, designers, technicians, technologists, and engineers from public and private sector organizations involved in traffic operations, road design, maintenance operations, highway safety, and/or land development.
Knowledge of engineering principles, especially related to roadway design; Road Design: Geometrics (TM30) is recommended.
Passing Grade: 60%
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Sunil Kothari is currently the Manager of Roads and Utilities Infrastructure with SNC Lavallin and has been in the company for 18 years. Sunil completed both Masters Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Queen’s University. He has 18 years of experience in delivering road, highway, and wet utility projects for municipalities in Southern Ontario. His skills involve project management, facilitation, people management, and design management.
Viktoriya Mykytyak is a result and hands-on engineering professional with more than 10 years of experience. Vicktoriya completed both Masters of Building Science and Bachelor of Civil Engineering at the Ryerson University. She holds the position as the Infrastructure Engineer with SNC Lavallin and works in numerous facets of construction, business development, and consulting industry. She specializes in roadways, civil works and infrastructure projects. Her areas of expertise are Intersection Design Retrofit, Vertical and Horizontal Alignment, Detailed Civil and Utility Road Design, Design Optimization and Feasibility, Project Coordination, Road Safety Audit, Quality Performance, Estimating and Control, Construction Planning and Scheduling, and Trades/Materials Coordination.