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Director of Engineering

Burnaby Gallery
Phone: (604) ***-****  HQ Phone
Burnaby
Street Address 111 2251 Holdom Avenue
Burnaby, British Columbia V5B 0A2
Canada

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Background

Employment History

  • City Engineering Director
    Burnaby
  • Assistant Director of Engineering
    Burnaby South High School
  • Deputy Director of Engineering
    Burnaby South High School
  • Director of Engineering
    The City of Burnaby
52 Total References
Web References
The award recognizes projects by APEGBC ...
www.burnaby.ca, 9 Jan 2012 [cached]
The award recognizes projects by APEGBC members (of which Burnaby's Director of Engineering, Lambert Chu, is one) for outstanding contributions toward environmental protection, sustainable development and excellence in engineering and geoscience that involve new and unique applications of advanced technology.
Burnaby's city engineering director ...
www.burnabynewsleader.com, 19 April 2012 [cached]
Burnaby's city engineering director Lambert Chu said the parking restrictions were implemented in response to complaints from residents that Simon Fraser University students were parking on the street and catching the bus around the corner to head up Burnaby Mountain.
Making it a permit-parking zone is problematic because it can restrict visitors and requires residents to register their vehicles, he said. It's a solution normally reserved for higher-traffic areas such as around hospitals and commercial areas.
He noted that parking enforcement staff don't normally actively patrol areas unless they've been the subject of resident complaints.
"The city has been made aware of the situation and will work with the property owner to arrive at a resolution on the issue," Chu said.
"There's going to be traffic delays, ...
www.burnabynewsleader.com, 18 Mar 2005 [cached]
"There's going to be traffic delays, especially in the first week until people get used to the traffic pattern change," said Lambert Chu, deputy director of engineering for Burnaby.
"We will look at opportunities for ...
www.burnabynewsleader.com, 2 Dec 2004 [cached]
"We will look at opportunities for improvements on transportation and look at the existing traffic constraints and issues," said Lambert Chu, Burnaby's assistant director of engineering."Through that, identify alternatives to meet the traffic flow requirements - intersection improvements, left turn lanes, signal co-ordination, Kingsway widening."The end result will be a co-ordinated, integrated strategy for the Kingsway corridor.Kingsway is Burnaby's busiest road with the highest volumes of cars.In addition to serving as a major artery, it is also one of the city's most dangerous roads.Kingsway intersections like Royal Oak and Willingdon rank among the highest in the province for accidents every year."We don't have to search very hard to know that we do have traffic congestion problems at various intersections and we do have accidents," said Chu."But what we want to do is, rather then look at these one or two intersections, is look at the entire corridor and what can be done in an integrated manner."Traffic remedies for specific intersections or street blocks may help to solve problems in that area but they can also create other troubles further down the road," said Chu.
The lake-dredging project is going well, ...
www.burnabynow.com, 29 May 2010 [cached]
The lake-dredging project is going well, according to Lambert Chu, the City of Burnaby's director of engineering. he Hazco Environmental Services crew is extending their operational hours, he said.
So far there have been a few hiccups, Chu added, primarily because of debris that has been found in the lake. The lake is littered with car tires, pop cans and plastic bags, but the real problem has been large sheets of plastic that have clogged the pumps and pipes, he said.
The largest tributary into Burnaby Lake is Still Creek, which runs underground through the Renfrew area of East Vancouver. The creek runs primarily through industrial land and transports a lot of debris and contaminants into Burnaby Lake.
The first goal toward rejuvenating the lake is the removal of sediment through the dredging project, Chu said. This will make the lake deeper, which will improve the temperature and help with the oxygenation of the lake.
"Our primary goal is to protect the ecosystem and create a healthier environment," Chu said.
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