Advisors | Columbia Basin Groundwater Monitoring Program
Remi Allard, P. Eng., is a hydrogeologist based in Cranbrook, B.C. with over 35 years of groundwater consulting experience in B.C. and in several countries overseas. He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering and has been registered as a professional engineer in British Columbia since 1988. Remi is an advocate for sustainable development of the groundwater resource, having completed all types of water supply studies including aquifer and well assessments, well construction, monitoring and rehabilitation. He has extensive experience in environmental data management, environmental assessment, permitting and water license applications. He is past president of the BC Groundwater Association, past technical director for the Canadian Groundwater Association, the author of several papers, has presented at regional, national and international technical conferences and has sat as a technical advisor on groundwater issues for the Okanagan Basin Water Board. Remi continues to work part time for McElhanney Engineering, mostly on new well construction, aquifer water balances, surface water/groundwater interaction studies and as a technical expert on insurance and legal cases addressing problematic drainage.