Angela is an architect and urban planner with more than 10 years of experience in resilient and environmental urban design and planning and in the design, development and coordination of mid and large-scale architectural projects. Angela’s experience includes:
- master plan development,
- project management,
- project review according to urban and building codes
- and architectural design following sustainability best practices for healthcare, hospitality, commercial, residential and mix-use projects.
Angela holds a Bachelor’s in Architecture from UDLAP in Mexico, a Master of Science in Urbanism from TU Delft in the Netherlands with specialization in Sustainable Development and a LEED AP credential since 2008.
Diego García is an Architect and Urban Planner with more than 11 years of experience, mainly in the branches of urban planning, project management, urban regulations, architectural regulations and design. Diego has a master’s degree in Urban Planning from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Barcelona TECH) and is a graduate of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Among the relevant projects in which Diego has participated are the Master Plan of the CETRAM Constitution of 1917, two master plans to the south of the Guatemala Metropolitan Area of more than 1,000 ha, the comprehensive project for a Transportation-Oriented Development (TOD) in Belo Horizonte, pre-feasibility study for a cable car in Mexico City, project review and regulatory engineering for two towers of more than 35 levels and 30,000 sq m of construction, and project review and regulatory engineering for a museum in a heritage building.
Octavio Jiminez is a Civil Engineer from the Technological Institute of Durango, Mexico. Octavio also holds a Masters Degree in Transportation Systems from the Technical University of Munich, Germany. He has more than six years of experience related to transportation modeling topics and has developed demand models for urban highways in different countries, as well as micro-level models for modal transfer stations and development of road impact studies for large developments. In matters related to regional mobility plans, Octavio has collaborated in the diagnosis and development of urban strategies and their application in different time frames for the Panama City PIMUS. In relation to large-scale urban projects, Octavio has participated in mobility studies for CETRAM Chapultepec, which includes not only the impact that will result in the restructuring of CETRAM itself but also analyzes the road impact to be had in the area, caused by future large-scale developments, as well as the relevant infrastructure changes.
M. Gaston Salinas Carpio
M. Gaston Salinas Carpio has over ten years of experience working in the electronic/automatic vehicle identification field. He is responsible for the design of technological solutions that meet the demand of the market for Electronic Vehicle Registration, ITS, Manual Toll Collection and Electronic Toll Collection systems.
Gaston has extensive experience in the design, cost estimation, integration, installation, supervision and implementation of these projects as well as defining and adjusting system architecture requirements from field devices up to Back Office Systems. His technical understanding, coupled with his appreciation for the needs of clients allows him to develop custom-fit solutions.
Carlos Gutierrez De Quevedo
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.
Bernardo Ortiz has over 15 years of experience in the planning, design, deployment and supervision of systems and technology. He specializes in the modernization and optimization of operations in the transportation sector. Bernardo’s experience includes the strategic planning, vision, conceptual design and implementation of transportation projects, particularly roads at a national level, including the development of AFP/P3 schemes.