EXP selected for the first design phase of the new Île d’Orléans cable-stayed bridge
Global engineering, architecture, design and consulting firm, EXP, is pleased to announce the appointment of Reece Bailey as executive vice president, major projects, to lead the Major Projects sector based in Ottawa. Reece is a recognized transportation leader with over 25 years of experience in transit and rail design, operations, facilities and systems engineering.
EXP already boasts an impressive portfolio of major transit and infrastructure projects, including the recently announced Hurontario LRT, Pattullo Bridge, Davenport Diamond project, Toronto Union Station, Chicago’s Red-Purple Line and Montreal’s Blue Line Extension.
“Across North America, we continue to execute on our strategic vision of leading world-class transportation projects,” says Mark Dvorak, president and COO of EXP. “With the addition of Reece, we see a great opportunity to bolster our presence in the public-private partnerships (P3) and Design Build market and successfully pursue and deliver significant projects that benefit mass transportation, mobility and accessibility.”
Rob Andrews, EXP’s sector leader of Ontario infrastructure adds, “Reece brings a wealth of international knowledge and expertise that will be invaluable to our team. “We are very excited to have him represent our multidisciplinary firm.”
Reece has led several major alternative delivery projects, including the design and commissioning of new subway, light rail and commuter rail systems, stations, extensions of heavy rail networks, freight and depot facilities, highways, bridges and tunnels. He has managed and directed large design-build projects with capital costs over USD$10 billion and has led multidisciplinary teams to successfully meet major milestones with tight deadlines. He has also provided strategic advice to government agencies on major transit systems, working in over 15 different countries including Canada, USA, Dubai, UAE, India, , Brazil, Hungary, Kazakhstan and the British Isles.