Ian Rokeby, P.Eng., MBA, FEC

Principal

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Ian Rokeby has more than 30 years of experience in the management and execution of a wide range of planning, feasibility, design and construction project for transportation infrastructure in British Columbia: major highway programs, transit systems, and marine terminals. He has extensive experience in the effective coordination of multi-disciplinary design teams executing major transportation projects.

Ian Rokeby has been involved for over 20 years in decision and execution support for major capital investments. His effectiveness in alternative procurement and delivery strategies is supported by a broad, multi-disciplinary approach to his work, incorporating training and experience in:

  • project feasibility,
  • investment strategy planning,
  • project development and procurement,
  • program management and project control systems,
  • alternative procurement and delivery strategies,
  • transportation economics and planning, project cost-benefit analysis and other evaluation tools.

Ian’s broad professional interests include engineering design, economics and the role of transportation infrastructure, organizational behavior, construction law, and communications theory.

Project Experience

  • Project Manager for Business Case Development for Waterfront Toronto East Bayfront LRT project
  • AFP Team Lead for Metrolinx LRT Program
  • Technical Advisor for Edmonton Southeast, Downtown, and West Light Rail Transit Project
  • Project Manager/Lead Consultant for Evergreen Line Rapid Transit Project
  • Deputy Project Manager for Technical Advisors for Highway 407 East Extension Project
  • Principal Program Manager for Technical Advisors for Windsor Essex Parkway Project
  • Engineering Services Manager for Gateway Program Engineering Services Contract
  • Project Manager for Supply Chain Strategy; Vancouver Port Authority
  • Project Manager for Terminal Access Study; Vancouver Port Authority
  • Project Manager for Deltaport Expansion, Traffic Impact Assessment; Vancouver Port Authority