Craig Covil is a Principal with Arup based in New York. He is a Chartered Engineer with working experience in the US, Canada, UK, Hong Kong, Monaco, the Caribbean, South Africa and Australia. He is a civil engineer with more than 25 years of experience on major civil/infrastructure, tunnel, land reclamation, maritime, mining and building projects, specifically in site preparation, civil engineering, foundations, underground structures and performance analysis.
Arup is a global design and business consulting firm whose work is characterized by outstanding solutions, creativity and value. Formed in 1946, the firm now has over 10,000 staff members based in 90 offices in 35 nations. Our projects have taken us to more than 160 countries.
Arup established its first North American office in San Francisco in 1985, then expanded to New York three years later. We now have nine offices and 1,000 employees throughout the continent. Our staff brings together professionals from our three business areas – buildings, infrastructure and consulting – on a uniquely global scale. The resulting synergies between in-house engineers, managers, financial experts, contract specialists, environmental professionals and more adds tremendous value for clients.
Our depth of expertise and sheer numbers of specialists allow us to successfully deliver complex, strategic projects that no other firm has the capacity to manage. With 11,000 projects going on at any one time, Arup consistently aims to realize the best possible solutions for current and future generations.
Put simply, Arup people are driven to find a better way. Placing sustainability at the heart of our work is one of the ways that we exert a positive influence on the wider world.
|Date:||Tuesday 08 October 2013|
|Location:||77 Water Street New York NY 10005 USA|
|Time:||8.30 - Open for registration and networking|
|9.00 - Panel presentations 10 min followed by 10min Q+A|
|10.20 - 10.40 - Coffee Break|
|10.40 - 11.00 - Use of MassMotion in passenger modeling|
|11.00 - 12.00pm - Panel Discussion|
|Transit Workshop lunch will be held at Delmonicos – 56 Beaver Street|