Keystone CEO Awarded with Fellowship from Engineers Canada

March 5, 2015

Keystone Environmental is proud to announce that on Thursday, March 12, 2015, our CEO, Bill Donald will be awarded a Fellowship from Engineers Canada. The fellowship honours individuals who have given noteworthy service to the engineering profession through their work with either Engineers Canada or its provincial and territorial engineering regulatory bodies.

Bill graduated from the University of Manitoba’s Civil Engineering program in 1973 and received his M. Sc. in engineering in 1975. He has spent most of his career in environmental consulting, working in Canada and the US. In 1988 he established Keystone Environmental in Canada where he is now CEO. Bill has been volunteering with APEGBC since the early 1980s as well as with other business and non-business organizations including the Urban Development Institute, Mortgage Investment Association, Lambda Alpha – a land economics society, and the Richmond Country Club where he is a member of the Board and the Executive. In the late 1990s he worked with the MOE and APEGBC to establish the Roster of Approved Professionals and later was appointed to the Board of the Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals society.

Engineers Canada has created this Fellowship to identify and recognize individuals who have contributed significantly to the profession of engineering, and to create a group of people who continue to contribute to and advance recognition of the profession of engineering.

Congratulations Bill! We couldn’t be prouder.