Ryan Bridge C.E.T.

Chief Operating Officer
Direct: 647-738-5404

Our Leadership Team manages and directs decisions for our employees, helping ensure we are fulfilling the company’s strategic and organizational goals. In addition, they establish and maintain key relationships with business partners that further enhance our profitability and strong industry position.



Roadway Factors:

  • Road User and Pedestrian Safety
  • Roadside Safety
  • Geometric Design Guidelines
  • Signage Guidelines
  • Data Collection

Collision Investigation and Reconstruction:

  • Collision Scene Survey and Examination – Total Station
  • Site Scanning - FARO Focus 3D
  • Collision Scene Examinations
  • Visibility Assessments

Forensic Visualization:

  • AutoCAD and AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • 2D/3D Collision Reconstruction Drawings
  • Specialized Visualizations
  • Presentation Development and Design
  • Building Permit Drawings

Civil/Structural Failure:

  • Building Assessment Assistance

academic background

Diploma in Transportation Engineering Technology, Mohawk College, 2007Additional Courses

  • FARO Focus 3D Laser Scanner Training, Cansel, 2011
  • Design and Signalizing Turn Lanes for Safety, ITE 2008

 employment background

30 Forensic Engineering
Chief Operating Officer
2020 – Present, Toronto, ON

Director, Operations
2018 – 2020, Toronto, ON

Manager of IT & Operations
January 2016 – 2018, Toronto, ON

  • Data Collection and analysis as primary technologist on files related to transportation facility design, operations and maintenance for public, legal and insurance sector clients
  • Collision Investigation and reconstruction with total station survey, scene examination, roadway design, signage and visibility assessment
  • Detailed site data collection and analysis through use of FARO Focus 3D Laser Scanning Unit
  • Forensic visualization through use of AutoCAD, and AutoCAD Civil 3D.  Includes collision reconstruction drawings, geometric roadway analysis drawings, unique visual representations for client presentation or court trials, and structural/building permit drawings
  • Building site assessment assistance for civil/structural failures

Engineering Support Technologist
May 2007 – December 2015, Toronto, ON

City of Waterloo, Transportation Department
Traffic Technician
September 2005 – December 2006, Waterloo, Ontario

  • Analysis of traffic and collision patterns through many methods of data collection.
  • Preparing reports for City Council recommending safe and practical solutions to common traffic complaints from the public.
  • Site investigations for proper design criteria, as well as visibility assessments.
  • Safety assessments for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.


  • Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T) from Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Member


  • 2011—Policy Review: Traffic Control Warrants (Regional Municipality of York). York Region has justification criteria in place that help guide the installation of traffic control devices on York Region road facilities, such as traffic control signals, mid-block and intersection pedestrian signals, community Safety Zones.  Giffin Koerth was retained by York Region to undertake a state-of-the-practice review, compare these findings to the Region’s current justification criteria, and make recommendations for modifications, if necessary.
  • 2012—Technical Update of Ontario Traffic Manual Book 12. This project includes the revision of the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) Book 12 to provide clarification or to correct any discrepancy, deficiency, ambiguity, error, inconsistency or minor omission that may exist in the current version of the manual.
  • 2010—School Operational Safety Review (Regional Municipality of Durham). A study to review the vehicle, transit and pedestrian operations along Harwood Avenue and on the site of two collocated high schools with shared facilities. The two school boards expressed concerns for the safety of students at the vehicular entrances, as well as waiting times for vehicles entering and exiting the school during peak times.
  • 2010—Traffic Operations Analysis and Countermeasure Development (MTO). Through its annual network performance assessments, the Northwest Region of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) identified a priority list of locations, which appear to be exhibiting a higher-risk of collisions compared to other similar type highways in the region. Retained to undertake comprehensive in-service operational safety reviews of twenty locations of the higher priority road sections, which included a total of approximately 2000 kilometres of roadways and numerous intersections and private accesses.