Carl has over 35 years of experience in project management, engineering and planning for a wide range of projects in the water & wastewater, urban infrastructure and brownfield development, and power sectors.
Carl is Senior Vice President of Hatch Infrastructure, responsible for strategy and business development. His responsibilities in that role include: Working with clients and project teams to achieve project expectations for cost, schedule, scope and community benefits; Assisting clients in liaising and coordinating with key project stakeholders; Business unit strategy. He was also the Water & Wastewater Practice Leader for Canada from 2005 to 2016. Carl is regularly invited to moderate and participate in expert panels on subjects such as infrastructure funding, the value of water, sustainability and urban resiliency. He has also contributed to several thought-leadership reports on water and urban sustainability. Between 2011 and 2016, Carl was the Chair of the Ontario Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure, an umbrella group of six professional organizations (MEA, MFOA, OGRA, OPWA, OWWA and WEAO) working together to promote safe and sustainable infrastructure in Ontario.
Carl has also served on the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s Global Committee. As a past member of the Infrastructure Committee of the Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBoT), Carl developed policy positions and advocated for the strong infrastructure important to the Greater Toronto Area’s economic competitiveness and quality of life. He is currently a member of the Smart City Working Group jointly chaired by the City of Toronto / TRBoT and also chairs the Stakeholder & Outreach sub-group. Carl is currently a member of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority’s Source Water Protection Committee.