Paul Donahue and Kiran Chhiba were showcased at the National Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Ottawa, ON. The symposium focused on Canada’s preparedness for managing risks associated with changing climate. Paul chaired the “Urban Resiliency for a Changing Climate: Master Planning to a Resilient Design of the Built Environment” session which included a presentation by Kiran Chhiba on “Setting the Foundation for Resiliency in the Master Planning Process” featuring Dillon’s recent work on the Back to the River Competition in London, ON.
Paul is an associate and water resource engineer with an in-depth knowledge of numerous challenging hydrotechnical and municipal engineering assignments. Paul has been providing professional services to clients in waste management, the resource industry, private development ventures, as well as municipal, provincial, federal and territory governments.
Kiran Chhiba is an associate and registered urban planner and designer. Through investigations of varying scales and contexts, he has focused on open spaces in the city and the qualitative significance they present to the larger urban sphere.