INNOVATION March-April 2022
5 LETTERS 6 REGULATORY NEWS 10 COUNCIL REPORT 12 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 35 DISCIPLINE AND ENFORCEMENT 37 DISPLAY ADVERTISERS' INDEX 37 IN MEMORIAM 38 CONTINUING EDUCATION NEWS / DEPARTMENTS MARCH/APR I L 2022 | voLuMe 26 nuMbeR 2 INNOVAT ION
COVER STORY ENGINEERING MEETS PUBLIC ART A BC company designs and renders big and bold fabricated works of public art—but needs engineering help to make it happen.
The solution to climate change is in our nature. The Nature Trust of BC is protecting carbon rich ecosystems to provide nature-based solutions to fight climate change.
MITIGATING WILDLAND- INTERFACE FIRES AND ENGINEERING DESIGN
With so much of BC’s urban infrastructure located in close proximity to forested areas, engineering design is playing a growing role in mitigating wildland-urban interface fires.
6 NEW OPTIONAL SELF-IDENTIFICATION QUESTIONS 8 UPCOMING FIRM PERMIT TO PRACTICE REQUIREMENTS 11 UPDATED BYLAWS 20 THE CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM: FIRST-YEAR REQUIREMENTS ON THE COVER Crossroads , by artist Julian Hou, is a collection of stained glass panels, the framing system of which was designed and installed by Area 58 Innovations at a Solterra residential condo in Burnaby, BC. P hoto : C hris h awley
PAVING THE WAY FOR A CARBON-NEGATIVE FUTURE A new bioenergy facility at UBC, created and run by BC engineers, is finding new and clever pathways toward a carbon-negative future.
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Princeton Grasslands - MapleCross Meadow, Princeton, BC. Photo by Graham Osborne
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