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International Collaboration for Sustainable Urban Development in Oman

Members of LEA sit together with Mr. Hilal, Director of the Design of Roads for the Supreme Council of Planning and others in Oman. Oman is taking a leap forward into addressing their future growth in a sustainable manner with the innovative work of LEA’s transportation and planning engineers. In 2017, LEA [...]

November 23rd, 2018|

LEAders Build Together

On September 20th and 22nd, LEA participated in the first Habitat Young Professionals Build (HYPB) hosted by Habitat for Humanity GTA. The event saw young professionals and leaders from across the city coming together to help build homes for families in need of affordable housing. LEA employees Kenneth Chan, Mohammad Rashed, Sabrina Chan, and [...]

October 26th, 2018|

bLEAders Wrap Up Their 19th Softball Season

Back: Anatole Kung (LEA-captain), Timothy Chin (LEA), Danny Tat (LEA), Scott Meginnis, Eric Yip Middle: Allison Reeves, Chauncey Hui, Athmha Krishnasamy (LEA), Maryam Sadeghi Front: Kenneth Lo (LEA), Ric Deguzman (LEA), Anne Lee, Natalie Tsui (LEA), Joann Wong Last week, the bLEAders softball team completed the final game of their 19th season. Led by [...]

September 13th, 2018|

President of LEA International Appointed Bousfield Distinguished Visiting Professional At U of T

We are pleased to announce that John Farrow, President of LEA International Ltd., has been appointed as “The Bousfield Distinguished Visiting Professional in Planning” at the University of Toronto. He will be conducting research on innovation in city planning and government, publishing an article, and giving a public lecture to students in order to enhance [...]

September 10th, 2018|

A Community Centerpiece Takes Shape

An aerial view of the skeleton of the Kingston Secondary School, which is at about 90 per cent completion. Image taken from the Limestone District School board. Over the summer, there has been significant progress on the construction of Kingston Secondary School, Limestone District School Board’s new intermediate and secondary school. The 171,000-square-foot education [...]

September 6th, 2018|

LEA Runs to the Beat of the Drum

The Toronto Carnival Run located right by Lake Ontario in the heart of Toronto, is the first Caribbean-inspired run in all of Canada. The Toronto Carnival Run focuses on encouraging the health, wellness, active living, and cultural diversity in Toronto as you speed past the scenic view of Lake Ontario in preparation for the [...]

August 9th, 2018|

Giving Back to the Community, Rain or Shine

LEA team members posing with our friends from EllisDon at the Providence Golf Classic. Representatives from LEA were happy to take part once again in the Ken & Nancy Shaw Providence Golf Classic at Coppinwood Golf Club in Goodwood, ON. This year marked the 24th anniversary of the charity event, which raised $230,000 [...]

July 25th, 2018|

Ensuring Connectivity in Northern Ontario: Groundhog River Bridge

LEA Consulting Ltd.’s Civil and Structures Practice Areas will be working together on the replacement of the Groundhog River Bridge in Fauquier, Ontario on Highway 11. One of the largest bridges in Northern Ontario, the existing 80-year-old Groundhog River Bridge is a steel truss bridge spanning a total of 180m. The structure is currently [...]

July 11th, 2018|

The Future of Scarborough Centre as a Destination Multi-Modal Hub

LEA Consulting Ltd. recently completed the Scarborough Centre Transportation Master Plan (SCTMP) for the City of Toronto, which was approved by City Council in May 2018. As the Project Lead, LEA developed the SCTMP alongside The Planning Partnership, MetroQuest, Sam Schwartz, Archeoworks Inc., Thuber Engineering Ltd., and Perkins + Will, which recommends a complete [...]

July 3rd, 2018|