People ProfileThe Gordie Howe International Bridge project is much more than just building a bridge – it is about building partnerships.
Since 2016, WDBA has partnered with the University of Windsor’ Co-operative Education & Workplace Partnerships program to provide valuable work experience and professional development opportunities for local post-secondary students. Meet some of our most recent students and read what they had to say about their time with us.
We are happy to be part of the host communities of the Gordie Howe International Bridge project and have secured office space in both Sandwich Towne and Southwest Detroit. The offices provide a venue for members of the community and stakeholders to meet with the project team, ask questions, view plans and gather project-related information. Meet Demetrius Anderson, Community Engagement Coordinator who will be working out of our southwest Detroit location
community benefits open house
You are invited to attend a Community Benefits Open House on Thursday, January 24, 2019, at WDBA’s new Community Office located in Sandwich Town in Windsor, Ontario. Join us to learn more about Gordie Howe International Bridge community benefits and provide your input on proposed initiatives for the Neighbourhood Infrastructure Strategy.