Our People

Spread across over 60 cities, our team is a global collective of urban experts in design, architecture, engineering, civil, transportation, urban geography, real estate, landscape, communications, software development and so much more. These are the people defining the cities of tomorrow.

Supporting our global team of 2,500 difference makers is IBI’s Leadership team, setting out a compelling vision and guiding IBI Group towards the future.

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James Loucks

Associate | Interior Designer
Alexandria, USA

#english# All# #Civic & Government# #Courts# #Heritage / Historic Preservation# #Interiors# #Leader# #Living+# #Subject Matter Expert#
Alexandria, USA

Over the past 18 years, James Loucks has been involved in every type of project, from historic offices to technical space and public facilities. As the US Interiors Lead, these skills are leveraged to manage multiple projects. One of his most recent notable projects involved the phased reorganization and renovation of 200,000 sq ft of space for the National Institutes of Health.

Trevor McIntyre

Regional Director, International
Toronto, Canada

#english# All# #Civic & Government# #Landscape Architecture# #Leader# #Master Planning# #Mobility+# #Parks# #Placemaking# #Planning & Urban Design# #Policy & Design Guidelines# #Senior Management# #Spanish Regional# #Transit Oriented Development#
Toronto, Canada
We have passed the point where half of the worlds population is living in cities. If we as planners and designers want to continue to fight urban sprawl, then we need to focus on maintaining a high quality of green infrastructure in our cities and in particular around transit. The public realm, including parks, streets, shared streets and public plazas need to be designed to maximize the human experience. How we animate those spaces, and manage them with a mix of good design and technology will dictate the quality of life in our future cities.

Trevor McIntyre is Global Director, International, which includes IBI Group offices in Europe, the Middle East, and India. He is responsible for the region’s operational results, including financial performance, professional and technical excellence, staff motivation and development, and client satisfaction.
He is a Landscape Architect and member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architecture and the American Society of Landscape Architecture.

Trevor has been a leading planner, landscape architect, and urban designer for more than 20 years, with projects in Canada, USA, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Asia. He leads the Toronto IBI Group design practice in community planning and design, master planning, and landscape architecture.
He has a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph.

Mark Nolan

Associate Director
Edmonton, Canada

#english# All# #Community / Recreational Facilities# #Heritage / Historic Preservation# #Landscape Architecture# #Master Planning# #Placemaking# #Planning & Urban Design# #Project / Programme Management# #Public Outreach#
Edmonton, Canada

Mark Nolan is a Landscape Architect and Urban Designer with 30 years of professional experience in both Canada and Australia. Mark?s areas of expertise include project management, site planning, master planning of open space, planning and design of passive and active recreation facilities, landscape rehabilitation, urban design, heritage interpretation and community consultation.

Ryan Gulick

Associate | Manager, Intelligent Systems
Seattle, USA

#english# All# #Bus Rapid Transit# #Design Build# #Revenue / Tolling# #Roads & Highways# #Systems# #Systems Engineering# #Systems Integration# #Transit Technologies# #Transportation# #Traveller Information#
Seattle, USA

Ryan Gulick has years of experience in the ITS field. His project experience includes the design of freeway management systems, fiber interconnect communication systems, advanced traveller information systems, toll facilities, and bus rapid transit technology. This includes studies, planning, and design (PS&E) activities. Ryan has also worked on several, large scale, design-build projects in Washington, Arizona, and Colorado.

John Ariens

Associate Director | Practice Lead, Planning
Hamilton, Canada

#english# All# #Brownfield Development# #Development Engineering# #Municipal Services# #Planning & Urban Design# #Subject Matter Expert# #Water Resources Management#
Hamilton, Canada

John Ariens is independently responsible for representing the interests of development clients, both public and private, through the planning and development process for the Hamilton office. He coordinates all aspects of the development process starting at the initial design through municipal approval to engineering design, registration and construction. John is responsible for negotiations and liaison with the various levels of government and technical review agencies as well as coordinating the efforts of professionals, such as lawyers, engineers, and surveyors. This area of practice has brought John before many Municipal and Regional Committees and Councils, Conservation Authorities, Niagara Escarpment Commission and the Ontario Municipal Board as an expert witness.

Oliver Hartleben

Associate | Manager, Planning
Vancouver, Canada

#english# Active Transportation# #All# #Architecture# #Bridge Engineering# #Brownfield Development# #Bus Rapid Transit# #Civic & Government# #Civil Infrastructure# #Engineering# #Highway / Road Design# #Land Use Planning# #Learning+# #Library# #Living+# #Master Planning# #Mixed Use# #Mobility Hub# #Mobility+# #Multi-Modal Transportation# #Parking# #Placemaking# #Planning & Urban Design# #Policy & Design Guidelines# #Product_sAVe App# #Project / Programme Management# #Public Outreach# #Research & Development# #Revenue / Tolling# #Roads & Highways# #Spanish Regional# #Strategic Planning# #Terminals# #Traffic Engineering# #Traffic Management# #Transit Oriented Development# #Transit Planning# #Transportation# #Transportation Planning#
Vancouver, Canada
http://linkedin.com/in/ohartleben

Oliver Hartleben is an Architect and City Planner with a public administration degree from the Harvard Kennedy School focused on existing and evolving public outreach, demographic, mobility, built form, and innovation topics.

A lateral thinker by nature, Oliver brings together his experience in engaging public, private and community stakeholders for the identification of new opportunities and synergies. Oliver is NCI System certified to facilitate design charettes, has experience in conducting online engagement processes, and leads IBI Group’s R&D Unit, TH!NK.

Martin Bruckner

Director, Architect
Vancouver, Canada

#english# All# #Architecture# #Hospitality# #Hotels# #Leader# #Master Planning# #Mixed Use# #Public Outreach# #Residential#
Vancouver, Canada

Martin Bruckner is a well-known Certified Professional in Vancouver and a recognized expert in the building code. For over 35 years, Martin has led award-winning residential, hotel, and mixed use projects in Vancouver, Calgary, Portland and San Diego. His portfolio features a wide range of architectural services from master planning to renovations, public consultation, and visioning processes. Martin is particularly skilled in handling municipal approvals, producing construction documents, managing consultant activity, and orchestrating the complex elements required to complete a project from beginning to end.

Darlene Broderick

Associate Director | Practice Lead, Urban Design / Landscape Architecture
Toronto, Canada

#english# Active Transportation# #All# #Bus Rapid Transit# #Highway / Road Design# #Landscape Architecture# #Light Rail Transit# #Master Planning# #Mobility Hub# #Mobility+# #Placemaking# #Planning & Urban Design# #Subject Matter Expert# #Transportation#
Toronto, Canada

Darlene Broderick is a licensed Landscape Architect and Urban Planner. Spanning 25 years, her professional career covers a broad range of international and local work in both the public and private sectors. She has been involved in urban intensification projects, mobility hub projects, municipal corridor studies, adaptive reuse, streetscape master plans, secondary planning, policy and new town planning. Darlene’s comprehensive experience working at scales from detailed construction of streetscape designs to secondary planning, with a focus on issues related to urban design and complete streets, has led to a greater understanding of the impact and importance of creating connected, vibrant and walkable communities.
Current notable projects include the Eglinton Crosstown LRT and multiple phases of the vivaNext BRT.

Jeremy Siviter

Associate
Alexandria, USA

#english# All# #Operations & Maintenance# #Research & Development# #Revenue / Tolling# #Systems# #Traffic Management# #Transit Technologies# #Traveller Information#
Alexandria, USA

Jeremy Siviter has managed a wide variety of ITS research, design, implementation and operation projects and has extensive experience in electronic revenue collection, transit technology applications, traffic management systems and traveller information systems. Jeremy’s skills range from detailed technical analysis and testing through set-up and management of customer service operations.

Ron Eagleston

Director | Office Lead
Vancouver, Canada

#english# All# #Architecture# #Civic & Government# #Healthcare+# #Hospitality# #Hotels# #Leader# #Mixed Use# #Office Lead# #Residential# #Resorts# #Retail / Commercial#
Vancouver, Canada
Architecture is a balance of user needs versus clients budgets versus enhancement of the built environment versus schedule versus regulations - all ingredients for an engaging and rewarding endeavour.

Ron Eagleston has widespread experience in the management of complex architectural projects. He has been responsible for a large number of commercial, institutional, and residential projects, including mixed-use developments, hotel and resort design, and healthcare facilities. Ron provides day-to-day leadership and administration for the firm’s Vancouver office. In addition to this role, he continues to provide quality assurance and quality control for many of the firm’s architecture projects.

Paul Williams

Associate Director | Practice Lead, Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
Toronto West, Canada

#english# All# #Electrical Engineering# #Engineering# #Light Rail Transit# #Mechanical Engineering# #Project / Programme Management# #Subject Matter Expert# #Transit Facilities#
Toronto West, Canada

Paul Williams has over 30 years of project and design experience in the electrical engineering field. He has been responsible for conceptual design, specifications, feasibility studies, detail engineering, inspections, commissioning, and project management on numerous utility, industrial and commercial projects.Currently, Paul is the Mechanical and Engineering Peer Reviewer for the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, the Project Manager for the Metrolinx Lewis Road Layover Facility and Metrolinx Mimico Layover Facility, and provides Senior Electrical oversight for various projects.

Paul Hewes

Regional Director, UK/Ireland
London, UK

#english# Acute Care# #All# #Architecture# #Civil Engineering# #Design Build# #Education# #Healthcare+# #Higher Education# #Interiors# #K-12 Education# #Labs / Life Sciences# #Leader# #Learning+# #Living+# #Office# #Planning & Urban Design# #Project / Programme Management# #Residential# #Senior Management# #Software Development# #UK Regional#
London, United Kingdom
https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-hewes-5521b728/

Paul Hewes is the Regional Director of the UK and Ireland, which includes offices in London, Brighton, Cardiff, Birmingham, Newark, Manchester, Liverpool, Rochdale, Glasgow and Dublin. Paul is responsible for regional operational and commercial performance, market growth, staff development and client engagement.

As an architect and project manager, he has extensive experience of the healthcare, education, transport and commercial sectors in the UK and the Middle East. Paul has exceptional knowledge of complex project delivery including strategic planning, procurement, contractual agreements, negotiation and mediation.
Paul is a qualified Architect, having trained at Bristol and Edinburgh Universities, in addition to being both an Arbitrator and a Project Manager, receiving both qualifications from the College of Estate Management, Reading University. Paul has been a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) since 1987.

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