Andrew Toth is an Associate Urban designer and Urban Planner with over a decade of experience working on a broad range of projects including master planning, transit-oriented development, redevelopment, new communities, campus planning, and public realm plans. Currently, Andrew is 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. Recently Andrew played a lead role in the University of Missouri St. Louis Campus Plan which provides detailed recommendations to right-size the campus and enhance the student experience in the short term and a grand vision to capitalize on underutilized assets in the long term. Previously, he worked on the Downsview Framework Plan which re-imagines the 500 acre area, including the former airfield, into a mixed-use community. Andrew also worked on the Surrey Centre Block Master Plan in Surrey, British Columbia, which creates a bold vision for the centre of the city with iconic commercial development that is connected to a robust transit system and pedestrian focused public realm. 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 amount of high quality public spaces as Uptown continues to grow and the new Light Rapid Transit improves accessibility to Uptown.
Urban Designer, Planner
Surrey, British Columbia
Surrey Centre Block Master Plan2018 - 2019
University of Missouri St. Louis Campus Plan2021
2018 - Present
Master planning a 500-acre former airfield area into a new vibrant, resilient and green neighbourhood in Toronto.
Region of Durham, Ontario