Precision Railway Transportation

LANYI RAIL SOLUTIONS CLIENTS

  • Stantec Consulting Ltd.
  • VTEK Consultants
  • CPCS Solutions for Growing Economies
  • NorthernNations Cooperative
  • Tri-Innovations
  • Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
    Services provided under an Independent Contractor agreement with Stantec
  • Province of Alberta
    Services provided under a Subconsultant agreement with CPCS
  • CP Rail
    Services provided under an Independent Contractor agreement with Stantec
  • CN Rail
    Services provided under an Independent Contractor agreement with Stantec

RICHARD LANYI CLIENTS FROM PREVIOUS FIRMS

9

INDUSTRIAL CLIENTS:
AGRIUM
TBM GROUP
AGRACITY
INTERNATIONAL PIPELINE
ALBERTA SULPHUR TERMINALS
NEWALTA

9

ENERGY CLIENTS:
FEDERATED COOP
TARGA RESOURCES
HUSKY ENERGY
ENBRIDGE
ALTEX ENERGY
GIBSON ENERGY
SECURE ENERGY
KEYERA ENERGY
TOTAL ENERGY

9

CONTRACTOR CLIENTS:
PNR RAILWORKS
LANDMARK CONSTRUCTION
RAPID SPAN CONSTRUCTION

9

MINING CLIENTS:
NEVADA MINES
KAMI IRON ORE
MAPSA IRON ORE
BHP POTASH
CANPOTEX POTASH
YANCOAL POTASH

9

PORT CLIENTS:
VANCOUVER FRASER PORT AUTHORITY
DP WORLD
FRASER SURREY DOCKS
PRINCE RUPERT PORT AUTHORITY
PORT OF HOUSTON/HARRIS COUNTY

9

PASSENGER RAIL CLIENTS:
METROLINX
VIA RAIL
EDMONTON LRT
CALGARY LRT
LAMATA
NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY

9

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES:
TRANSPORT CANADA
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA
PROVINCE OF NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR
CITY OF SASKATOON
MANITOBA MINSITRY OF TRANSPORTATION
ALBERTA TRANSPORTATION
Municipality of Sioux Lookout 

9

DEVELOPERS:
ARC TERMINALS
CENTREPORT
DEVCO DEVELOPMENTS
CANADIAN METHANOL CANADA
RONAN DEVELOPMENTS

9

RAILROADS:
Norfolk Southern Railway
Palmetto Railways
Great Sandhills Railway
KiwiRail
CN Rail
CP Rail

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

ROBERTS BANK TERMINAL 2

Delta, British Columbia

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 is a proposed new marine container terminal on Canada’s west coast, led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (VFPA), that would play a critical role in supporting Canadian trade with aims to meet trade growth demands, ensure sustainable development, provide economic benefits, improve efficiency of goods movement, and align with federal and provincial strategies to strengthen Canada’s Asia-Pacific Gateway.

Stantec is partnered with Moffatt & Nichol as Owner’s Engineer for the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. Through agreement with Stantec, Richard continues his role as the Owners Engineer Rail Lead, to lead a team of railway engineering and operations specialists providing technical direction and coordination support for the project.

Client: Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
Role: Owner’s Engineer Rail Lead
Duration: November 2015 to present
Project Value: > $2B CDN
Project Delivery: Various Design Build Models

Pitt Meadows Road and Rail Improvements Project

Pitt Meadows, British Columbia

With funding from the Government of Canada (through the National Trade Corridors Fund), the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (VFPA), and CP, separating rail crossings at Harris Road and Kennedy Road will improve safety by reducing the risk of collisions between trains and road users, improve community access and connections, and improve traffic flow and emergency response options. The project will also provide opportunities for public space improvements and walking and cycling connections.

Stantec is partnered with WSP as Owner’s Engineer for the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. Through agreement with Stantec, Richard fills the role of the Owner’s Engineer Rail Lead, to support teams of railway track and structures engineers providing technical direction and coordination support for the project.

Client: Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
Role: Owner’s Engineer Rail Lead
Duration: November 2019 to present
Project Value: > $141M CDN
Project Delivery: Progressive Design Build (Harris Rd)

 Railway Capacity in Alberta

Alberta

Alberta’s economic wellbeing is dependent upon an efficient and fluid railway transportation network in order to provide access to domestic and global marketplaces. Rail capacity within the province of Alberta is critical in ensuring the local railway network is able to handle current and forecasted demands for exported products and commodities, and to ensure the network can also handle the large volume of through traffic supporting Canada’s overall economy.

Through agreement with CPCS, Lanyi Rail Solutions Ltd. have provided senior railway engineering technical support with a focus on railway mainline and major terminal capacity analyses.

They have also been involved with the engagement with railway transportation and industry stakeholders to identify current supply chain growth constraints and to determine the needs for expanding existing, or developing new, economic corridors in support of Alberta’s future economic potential.

Client: Province of Alberta
Role: Railway Capacity Specialist
Duration: May 2021 to November 2021