Luke Wang is a Registered Professional Biologist and senior environmental manager with over 20 years of work experience working with municipal/regional, provincial, national, and international guidelines, standards, and best management practices for projects requiring constraints analysis, multiple accounts evaluation, Environmental Assessment (EA), permitting, construction environmental management, environmental monitoring and auditing, and due diligence reviews. His experience covers water supply infrastructure, rail and road transportation, ports and marine, hydroelectric, oil and gas, and mining industries over all phases of project delivery, i.e., concept, pre-feasibility, feasibility, implementation (detailed design), and execution (construction).
Luke’s work experience focuses on providing EA, permitting and construction environmental management expertise to linear infrastructure developments (e.g., watermains, pipelines, and rail and road infrastructure) that cover a large and complex land use, environmental, social and regulatory landscape. As a key team member, he has obtained numerous provincial EA Certificate / federal EA Decision pursuant to the provincial and/or federal review processes, including projects under vigorous regulatory and public scrutiny. Currently, Luke is providing senior technical input and advice to Metro Vancouver’s Capilano Main No. 5 Stanley Park Water Supply Tunnel Project and Annacis Water Supply Tunnel Project, as well as Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s Centerm Expansion Project.
Luke manages a diverse team of environmental and social disciplines (i.e., vegetation, wildlife, fisheries, air quality, noise, contaminated sites, archaeology, First Nations, stakeholder and public consultation and engagement), in preparing EA applications, construction environmental management plans and procurement documentation, addressing and advising on day-to-day environmental issues and concerns associated with construction, addressing regulator inquiries and concerns, and ensuring regulatory requirements and permit and project conditions are met to prevent construction schedule delays.