VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Dee Patriquin, District Environmental Manager for Flatiron’s Canada division, was selected as a fellow of The Wildlife Society. The Wildlife Society honours professional…
Flatiron's Canadian Division specializes in public-private partnership transportation projects, with permanent offices in British Columbia and Alberta, and major operations in Manitoba and Quebec.
Executive Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer
Richard leads the Flatiron strategy to achieve greater success winning and delivering collaborative projects. Plus, he leads Flatiron strategy development, focusing on emerging trends and marketplace opportunities to enable long-term, sustainable business growth. As part of his role leading major Operations priorities, Richard provides operational oversight for the Canada Division and serves as Flatiron’s senior executive representative for several high-profile projects throughout North America including California High-Speed Rail in Fresno and Site C Generating Station and Spillways in British Columbia. Richard holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Santa Clara University.
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Richmond, British Columbia
Since expanding into the Canadian market in 2004, Flatiron’s Canadian presence has grown from a two-man team to more than 1,000 employees across Canada. The Division has successfully completed major public-private partnership and design-build projects across the country, with other major projects underway, including the Northeast Anthony Henday Drive project in Edmonton and the Champlain Bridge project in Montreal, among others. The Canadian team also builds industrial infrastructure in the Alberta Oil Sands region.
Key ProjectsRed Deer InterchangeAthabasca River BridgePort Mann Bridge - Highway 1Winnipeg InterchangeRuskin DamChamplain BridgeNortheast Anthony Henday DriveEdmonton North Light Rail Transit TunnelNorthwest Anthony Henday DriveKicking Horse Pass
Green Line LRT will provide significant transportation benefits by expanding mobility choice and providing rapid and direct connections between communities, employment hubs and destinations between the southeast and downtown Calgary.
A priority of the British Columbia South Island Transportation Strategy, the “flyover” overpass in East Saanich will improve safety, enhance travel efficiency and contribute to environmental sustainability through reduced idling times and related exhaust emissions.