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Andrew Toth

Urban Designer, Planner

Andrew Toth is an urban designer and urban planner with diverse experiences working on projects including master planning, transit-oriented development, redevelopment, new communities, public realm and mobility. He has worked on a number of public planning and design studies as well as private development projects and development applications.

Currently, Andrew is working on the Downsview Framework Plan which re-imagines the 500 acre area, including the airfield, into a mixed-use community. He is also working on the Cardinal Creek Master Plan in Ottawa to create a concept design for a new mixed-use centre that will support the recently built residential community. Previously, Andrew worked on the Surrey Centre Block Master Plan in Surrey, British Columbia, which creates a bold vision for the centre of the City. Andrew 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. As a planner in local government, Andrew prepared planning studies, managed planning projects and led project implementation.