Jaret Fattori, M.Eng, P.Eng joins BMT in Canada as Senior Consultant, Climate and Environment

BMT positions for growth of emerging climate risk & resilience capabilities in region

8 August 2022

We are pleased to announce Jaret Fattori, M.Eng, P.Eng has joined BMT in Canada to lead the development of the North American Climate and Environment team.

Fattori is a Professional Engineer registered with Professional Engineers Ontario with expertise in infrastructure restoration, carbon reduction and climate change resilience. He will be based out of our office in Ottawa.

Jaret’s academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Western University, London, ON, and a Master of Engineering in Sustainability Engineering from Queen’s University, Kingston, ON. He brings with him a strong 7-year professional history which includes leading many impressive cross-disciplinary projects evaluating climate risk, opportunity, and strategy across Canada. Says Fattori, 

"It's a crucial time to understand our impacts on the environment, and to prepare for an uncertain future. Quantifying our contributions to climate change and building more resilient systems and assets will become increasingly prescient in the coming decades. I'm thrilled to join BMT and bring together experts within its ecosystem to address some of these challenges, and to provide our clients with the most technically and strategically robust solutions.”

Fattori uses his background in environmental and civil engineering, as well as his expertise in climate change science, to advise clients on climate resiliency, carbon emission reduction, and sustainability. His technical background and analysis help clients assess climate change risk for existing and new infrastructure projects.

Jaret is experienced in presenting technical concepts to a variety of audiences and coordinating the efforts of multi-disciplinary teams to provide robust climate risk analysis. His addition to the BMT Canada team highlights our commitment to prioritize carbon reduction and climate change resilience globally through the growth of our emerging climate risk & resilience capabilities in the region.

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