Martin Landry is a professional architect, project management professional (PMP), and LEED accredited professional who specializes in transportation projects, master plans and the design of passenger facilities.
With over 30 years of experience leading projects, Martin has held various roles and responsibilities within the aviation business regionally and globally for Arup. His experience spans across a wide variety of airport projects in Europe, Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, and the Americas; the latter where he is currently leading Arup’s architectural discipline from the Montreal office which he founded in 2013.
Over his career, Martin has led and contributed to more than 100 projects including various studies for the Montreal airports, the privatisation of the New Istanbul Airport, and the master plan study for Auckland International Airport in New Zealand. In 2008, he led the privatization of the Portuguese airport system on behalf of the Technical Consultant team to the Portuguese Government. Furthermore, in early 2000, Martin was an integral member of the planning team engaged in the UK Aviation Study for the Southeast Region (SERAS), undertaken by the UK Department for Transport.
In addition to providing project and team leadership, Martin’s aims are to provide robust strategic and sustainable integrated design advice to his clients, their partners and stakeholders.