Andrew Toth is an Urban Designer and Urban Planner with six years of professional experience working in the private and public sector. He has diverse experiences working on projects including master planning, transit-oriented development, redevelopment, new communities, public realm and mobility.
Prior to joining Urban Strategies, Andrew worked on number of public planning and design studies as well as private development projects. Recently he played a lead role in the Waterloo Uptown Public Realm Strategy which sets forth a vision, design strategies, and initiatives to ensure a sufficient quantity and quality of the public spaces as Uptown continues to grow and the new Light Rapid Transit improves accessibility to Uptown. Andrew also worked on the Booth Street Redevelopment in Ottawa to prepare a concept design plan that incorporates new residential, office, retail and public spaces into a large block of heritage laboratory and office buildings formerly occupied by Natural Resources Canada. Andrew also worked as a planner in local governments where he prepared planning studies, managed planning projects and led project implementation. While working for the City of Perth Amboy, Andrew helped to rebuild and upgrade waterfront recreational amenities damaged during Hurricane Sandy while planning for resiliency. He also led a green infrastructure pilot program in an effort to manage stormwater and improve water quality in the Raritan Bay.