AECOM has announced that Bruce McCuaig has joined the company as vice president and Canadian Transit lead. He will serve as a member of AECOM’s Americas Transit market sector working from the company’s Mississauga office.
“It is a privilege to join a company like AECOM, with its global reach and experts across all disciplines involved in the delivery of infrastructure. We are in an unprecedented time of transit expansion in Canada, and I look forward to helping communities across the nation transform their transportation systems,” said McCuaig.
Prior to joining AECOM, McCuaig worked in the Privy Council Office of the Government of Canada as a member of the team dedicated to launching the Canada Infrastructure Bank where he was responsible for developing and implementing a program of outreach to municipalities, provinces, and other public agencies across the country.
“It’s an honor to have Bruce join our AECOM family. His outstanding knowledge, insight and background in both public and private sector large-scale transportation issues will be instrumental in advising new and existing clients and building future opportunities throughout Canada’s transportation infrastructure,” said Carolyn Flowers, AECOM’s senior vice president of its Americas Transit market sector.
Mr. McCuaig was formerly the president and chief executive officer of Metrolinx, the regional transportation authority in the greater Toronto and Hamilton area. He also held a variety of roles at the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, culminating as Deputy Minister between 2008 and 2010. His areas of involvement previously included transportation planning, transportation policy, road user safety and the delivery of the Province’s highway system. Mr. McCuaig spent his early career at the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs, working in community planning, housing development, executive administration and long-term structure planning for the greater Toronto area. In addition, Mr. McCuaig is a program director and instructor at Osgoode Hall, one of Canada’s foremost law schools, in the Masters of Law program specializing in energy and infrastructure.
McCuaig received his bachelor of applied arts from Ryerson University in Toronto and his master’s in public administration from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.