Josh is an Urban Planner with experience with complex planning and infrastructure projects in Canada, the US, and the UK. Recently, Josh was the project manager for the Princeton University Campus Plan and the related Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan. Josh oversaw a team of infrastructure and sustainability experts defining resilience and sustainability goals. He is currently the project manager for the master plan development and municipal approvals for a significant brownfield site in Hamilton, Ontario, and is the project manager on major development projects including the 2280 Dundas West mixed use development in Toronto and the on-going transformation of Oxford Properties’ lands in Downtown Mississauga. He is also currently leading a series of optimal use studies for retail locations across the GTA. Josh also plays a leading role in the firms’ aviation-related planning work, and has developed studies and strategies relating to Pearson Airport, the Southern Ontario Airports Network, Billy Bishop Airport, and a potential new airport in the East GTA. Josh is currently helping Toronto Pearson Airport develop the vision for its planned Regional Transit Centre, identifying the major region-building and connectivity opportunities. Josh’s work also includes transformational regeneration and transportation projects. Josh helped develop the Strategic Regeneration Framework for Tottenham UK, and assisted with the assessment of the proposed Relief Line subway in Toronto.
Tottenham Regeneration Strategy2013 - 2014
Billy Bishop Toronto Airport Expansion Study2013 - Present
Infrastructure Ontario Vendor of Record2011 - Ongoing
Toronto Pearson Airport Capacity Study
“Growth is coming. The time to plan for it is now.” - Howard Eng, CEO, Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Winner of 2016 Canadian Institute of Planners Award for Planning Excellence in Planning Publications