With considerable experience in every aspect of engineering design, Toby possesses the exceptional ability to work with various public and private stakeholders, elected officials, and concerned citizens to build consensus and deliver difficult and controversial projects.
Over the first 30 years of his career, Toby focused in the New York City area. There, he’s encountered a variety of unique situations that he wouldn’t have seen anywhere else in the country. From working on water infiltration at the United Nations headquarters, to security bollards at key financial and government buildings in lower Manhattan, Toby’s also completed the survey and construction layout for a Papal mass in Central Park. As well, he’s been part of the development of roadway and utility plans for the reconstruction of the roadway adjacent to the National September 11th Memorial and Museum.
In recent years, Toby’s been involved in several design-build projects including an eight-mile highway along the US-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas, and the reconstruction of the 100-year old Chicago Transit System’s Red Line. Currently, he’s working on the construction of the new rail system in Honolulu, Hawaii.