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Glenbow Museum Climate Lens CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT FINAL REPORT

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The Glenbow Museum was originally constructed in 1976 and is in the Design Development Stage of a major capital project to revitalize and redesign the building exterior and interior spaces. This report provides a summary of the methodology and outcomes from the Climate Change Resilience Assessment (“the resilience assessment”) completed as a requirement for funding through Infrastructure Canada’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – Community, Culture and Recreation Stream. The assessment was completed to fully satisfy requirements in the … Read more

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CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE STRATEGY SAINT JOHN AIRPORT, NEW BRUNSWICK

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Saint John Airport Inc. commissioned WSP to develop a Climate Change Risk Assessment and Environmental Management Resiliency Strategy. The assessment is a risk-management approach to understand the likelihood and consequences of how future climate change events may affect infrastructure components and operations. The Saint John Airport serves the City of Saint John, New Brunswick, and accommodates about 280,000 passengers annually, with annual revenues of over $7 million. The airport consists of two runways, five taxiways, and the associated infrastructure (i.e., … Read more

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FOREST LAWN MULTIPLEX CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT

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The Forest Lawn Multiplex is proposed to replace several community services and recreation amenities distributed throughout the Forest Lawn Neighbourhood in a central location. The Forest Lawn Multiplex will improve the quality and accessibility of a wide range of community services in a diverse and traditionally underserved neighbourhood. As the project is early in the planning phase, WSP was commissioned by the City of Calgary to complete a Climate Change Resilience Assessment to consider resilience through the long-term life span … Read more

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Six Lower Mainland RP-1 Buildings Climate Change Risk Assessment

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Our review indicated that several buildings are presently experiencing issues related to overheating due to higher summer temperatures, flooding from heavy precipitation and air quality during forest fire season. Attachments Prism – PSPC – Six Buildings in Greater Vancouver – April 2021 (2 MB)

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Esquimalt Graving Dock Climate Change Risk Assessment Executive Summary

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To ensure reliable and ongoing repair, maintenance and refit services, Public Service and Procurement Canada (PSPC) completed a Climate Change Risk Assessment following the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Engineering Protocol to identify infrastructure and operational vulnerabilities due to climate change and extreme weather events at Esquimalt Graving Dock. Attachments Prism – PSPC – Esquimalt – Mar 2021 (465 kB)

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Étude des risques aux changements climatiques des installations de l’Aéroport des Îles-de-la-Madeleine Rapport d’évaluation des risques et mesures d’atténuation

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Étude des risques aux changements climatiques des installations de l’Aéroport des Îles-de-la-Madeleine Rapport d’évaluation des risques et mesures d’atténuation Attachments Stantec – SPACSTC – May 2020 – FR (7 MB)

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Belladune Port Authority Climate Change Risk Assessment Belladune, NB

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In the fall of 2019, BPA engaged CBCL Limited (CBCL) to complete a Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) for its facilities in Belledune, New Brunswick. The risk assessment follows Engineers Canada’s Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol, with adjustments tailored to the study. The PIEVC Protocol provides a risk assessment framework based on interactions between climate parameters and infrastructure assets and operational components. Attachments CBCL – Belledune Port Authority – April 2020 (16 MB)

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Penticton Airport Climate Change Risk Assessment Report

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The objective of this project is to review and analyse the design and construction of the existing mechanical, electrical and transportation infrastructure against anticipated changes in climate parameters as a result of climate change specific to the Penticton Airport and surrounding regions. Based on this analysis, the Prism team assessed the engineering vulnerability of the identified infrastructure and provide recommendations that will support Transport Canada in their future planning and project implementation for the Penticton Airport. Attachments 2020_03_13 Penticton Airport … Read more

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Étude de vulnérabilité des infrastructures aux effets climatiques et météorologiques possibles – Shawinigan

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Pour cette étude les professionnels, ingénieurs, architectes, architectes du paysage et expert en hydroclimatologie ont évalué l’impact des changements climatiques et météorologiques sur le bâtiment situé au 4695, boul. de Shawinigan-Sud à Shawinigan (Québec). Cette étude a été réalisée dans un contexte de prévention, mais aussi en ayant un objectif de réaliser une future reconstruction qui prendrait en considération l’impact climatique futur. Attachments CIMA – PSPC – Shawinigan – Mar 2020 (7 MB)

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Étude de vulnérabilité des infrastructures aux effets climatiques et météorologiques possibles – Laval

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Sommaire exécutif Pour cette étude les professionnels, ingénieurs, architectes, architectes du paysage et expert en hydroclimatologie ont évalué l’impact des changements climatiques et météorologiques sur le bâtiment situé au 1575 boulevard Chomedey à Laval (Québec). Cette étude a été réalisée dans un contexte de prévention, afin d’établir un plan de maintien d’actif. Attachments CIMA – PSPC – Laval – Mar 2020 (7 MB)