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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David Forsey

Associate | Manager, Transportation Engineering
Toronto, Canada

#english# All# #Engineering# #Land Use Planning# #Policy & Design Guidelines# #Project / Programme Management# #Systems# #Transportation# #Transportation Engineering# #Transportation Planning# #Traveller Information#
Toronto, Canada

David Forsey specializes in travel demand forecasting and public transportation systems. He has recently served as project manager for the Peel Region Travel Demand Forecasting Model Update and the National Capital Region Travel Trends Study, as well as leading the technical work for public transit and travel demand forecasting for Niagara Region and the estimation and land use forecasting model for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.

Bruno Peters

Deputy Regional Director, Canada West
Edmonton, Canada

#english# All# #Electrical Engineering# #Engineering# #Information & Communications Technology (ICT)# #Leader# #Mobility+# #Senior Management# #Systems Integration# #Transportation#
Edmonton, Canada

As Deputy Regional Director for Canada West, Bruno Peters works with the Regional Director to enable the region to achieve its professional and financial objectives. Bruno is a Professional Engineer with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta. He possesses extensive experience in the planning, design, implementation, and maintenance of transportation and communication and web-based systems for a wide variety of applications. Bruno is pivotal in bringing a cross-sectoral approach to the IBI Group Smart City experience.

Brendan McHale

Structural Engineer
Toronto West, Canada

#english# All# #Civil Infrastructure# #Engineering# #Structural Engineering# #Transportation#
Toronto West, Canada

Brendan McHale specializes in the design of large transportation and infrastructure projects. His favourite thing about working with structures is getting to see them make the leap from the drawing and into reality.

Rick Galezowski

Associate | Manager, Architecture
Toronto, Canada

#english# All# #Architecture# #Civic & Government# #Residential# #Retail / Commercial# #Transit Facilities# #Transportation#
Toronto, Canada

Rick Galezowski has 18 years of experience in the design and delivery of exceptional Civic, Institutional, Commercial, Residential, and Transit Architecture. His award-winning design work has been recognized by OAA Awards, Design Exchange Awards, Toronto Urban Design Awards and ID Annual Design Awards, and is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. In 2012, Rick was recognized by Twenty + Change, a biennial exhibition and publication series promoting Canada’s top emerging design practitioners. Rick is currently working on the NTA Red Line in Tel Aviv.

Stuart Jones

Director, Landscape Architect
Vancouver, Canada

#english# All# #Landscape Architecture# #Leader# #Living+# #Master Planning# #Mobility+# #Placemaking# #Planning & Urban Design#
Vancouver, Canada

Stuart Jones is head of the Vancouver-based urban design practice. Trained in landscape architecture, his professional experience spans over 20 years and includes work on both the development and the planning sides of the business. His projects have ranged from downtown infill sites to large master planned communities in locations across North America, Asia, Scandinavia, and the Middle East. He is skilled at creating a compelling story and sense of place for projects, which he communicates through drawings, standards, guidelines, and zoning. He has a strong understanding of the key issues affecting development including building types, street design, transit, servicing and the public realm, and he is an effective manager of the specialists in these fields.

Jeff Christianson

Studio Principal
Vancouver, Canada

#english# All# #Architecture# #High Rise Residential# #Hospitality# #Hotels# #Leader# #Mixed Use# #Residential# #Resorts#
Vancouver, Canada

Jeff Christianson is a Project Architect with more than 25 years of experience in the design and construction administration of multi-family residential, hotel, and mixed-use projects in Vancouver. He has been involved in all aspects of project development with emphasis on design development through project completion. With over 20 towers completed, he is an experienced Project Leader with expertise in design, design development, working drawings, and construction administration. Recent projects include several high-rise developments for Concord Pacific Place.

Carlos Gutierrez De Quevedo

Associate | Manager, Transit Technology
Toronto, Canada

#english# All# #Data Analytics# #Latin America# #Mobility+# #Operations & Maintenance# #Planning & Urban Design# #Policy & Design Guidelines# #Research & Development# #Spanish Regional# #Systems# #Terminals# #Transit Management# #Transit Technologies# #Transportation# #Transportation Planning#
Toronto, Canada

Carlos Gutierrez De Quevedo is a mobility specialist with over ten years of experience researching and working on urban mobility projects. He is considered a subject matter expert for Smart Cities and part of the team developing IBI Group’s profile in Latin America.

Carlos has a M.Sc. in Transportation from MIT supplemented by international experience in planning and policy, infrastructure, operations, analytics, and technology projects. His strength lies in his ability to lead multidisciplinary teams in different contexts with well-rounded knowledge in all modes of urban transportation. His signature projects include analytics to infer origin and destination matrices and improve bus schedules in the Basque Country, Spain and outlining the Mobility as a Service vision for Chattanooga, ennessee. He is currently defining intelligent infrastructure for dynamic platform allocation at Metrolinx’s Union Station Bus Terminal.

Gwyn Vose

Studio Principal
Vancouver, Canada

#english# All# #Architecture# #High Rise Residential# #Leader# #Living+# #Low Rise Residential# #Mixed Use# #Residential#
Vancouver, Canada

Gwyn Vose has over 15 years of experience and has led projects in Canada, Hong Kong, and the Middle East. He is an exceptionally creative designer who has a number of award-winning contemporary buildings to his credit. He specializes in mixed-use residential buildings and thrives on the opportunities presented in “conversion” projects. Gwyn’s work spans a wide range of typologies, but focuses primarily on multi-family residential and mixed-use projects, which range in scale from duplex houses to over 500 ft tall towers. Notable examples of his local projects include: Harbour Green Three, One Burrard Place, 564 Beatty Street, The Spot, Opsal & Sitka.

Brad Kimball

Director | Sr. Practice Lead, Architecture
Edmonton, Canada

#english# All# #Architecture# #Civic & Government# #Healthcare+# #Labs / Life Sciences# #Leader# #Office# #Police Stations# #Public Outreach# #Subject Matter Expert#
Edmonton, Canada

Brad Kimball has 25 years of experience in various aspects of facilities, facility design, interior design, and building infrastructure evaluations for both public and private sector clients. Brad specializes in user group facilitation and concept planning. Some of Brad’s recent projects of note include the Edmonton Police Service NW Campus, Habitat for Humanity Neufeld Landing, and the Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital. Brad is a Registered Architect in the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories.

He is also a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Brad is a volunteer member of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Architectural Academic Advisory Committee. He is currently working with the Grande Prairie Regional College on a new purpose built laboratory and office facility for the National Bee Diagnostic Centre, a shared research Centre of Excellence between the College, Alberta Government, and Agriculture Canada.

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.

Jim Fox

Associate Director, Engineer
Southfield, USA

#english# All# #Engineering# #Operations & Maintenance# #Project / Programme Management#
Southfield, USA

Jim Fox is responsible for the administration of corporate operations and projects. He manages the project organization, scheduling, scope definition, manpower planning, budgeting, expediting the various design disciplines, as well as monitoring their quality and progress. For selected projects, he serves as the upper level liaison with our client.

Brad Hughes

Architect
Houston, USA

#english# All# #Architecture# #Education# #Heritage / Historic Preservation# #Retail / Commercial#
Houston, USA

Brad Hughes is a Registered Architect with 30 years of experience in institutional, commercial and educational projects. He is responsible for the complete delivery of the project and has provided design, planning and construction management for hundreds of projects ranging from new facilities, additions, renovations, and historic preservation. His experience affords a comprehensive approach to problem solving and quality service to clients and he excels in the delivery of projects with tight constraints and budgets.

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