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Sustainable Infrastructure:

Design & Engineering

Circular Economy & Climate Change Certificate of Completion Program

Course Overview

Online Live

Nov. 27-29, 2024

Infrastructure refers to the broad set of systems that support our daily lives — from accessing reliable energy to accessing reliable communication; managing natural spaces to managing waste; moving people and goods to moving water — all of these systems support our society’s progress.


This immersive, 3-day conference-style Sustainable Infrastructure: Design & Engineering Course program teaches the emerging approach to infrastructure that considers both sustainability and climate resilience at every stage of design, construction, operation, and maintenance of the integrated systems that support society. The course focuses on every aspect of infrastructure including best practices in building materials, energy, water management, waste management, stakeholder engagement and restorative design. You will learn the concepts, applications, and best engineering practices to create sustainable, climate resilient infrastructure solutions that enhance the social, environmental, and economic well-being of the communities they serve.


Earn a Non-Academic Microcredential,

W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology

Earn your ENVISION Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) Designation from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure

What Are You Earning

A dual-credential: once the training course is completed, participants will be eligible to take the Envision exam at no extra cost. Individuals will be awarded the Envision® Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) credential along with the Non-Academic Microcredential from the W Booth School at McMaster University. The course is delivered in collaboration with the ISI (Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure), the leader in the development, management and administration of Envision® —a holistic framework and rating system that enables a thorough examination of civil infrastructure's sustainability and resilience.

Our Past Speakers



Who Should Attend

Participants must hold or be completing a degree or diploma from a recognized university or college, hold a relevant certificate in sustainability from a recognized university, or have equivalent professional experience. 

Past Attendees

Educational Background

Bachelor of Commerce, College Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Environment Studies, Bachelor of Engineering, Master's in Engineering, Master's in Business Administration, Master's in Chemistry.

CAD $1500 +HST


Renewable Energy, Fashion, Architecture, Agriculture, Aerospace, Automotive, Chemical, Steel, Cement, Construction, Higher Education, Environmental Consulting, Municipal Gov't, Provincial Gov't. Federal Gov't, Standards Development, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG).


Process Engineer, Continuous Improvement Manager, Engineering Project Coordinator, Director of Capital Projects & Strategic Services, Project Manager, VP Sourcing Operations, Director of Environment and Business Excellence, Marketing Manager, Product Development Manager, Sustainability Consultant.

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Attending the Sustainable Infrastructure: Design and Engineering course equipped me with the knowledge of quantifying sustainability level of infrastructure projects through application of Envision standard framework by obtaining the ENV SP credentials from the ISI (Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure). I learned to look at the projects that I design through the lens of Circular Economy and realized how and where to apply the concept. The course was also very enlightening to be more cognizant of the Embodied Carbon associated with materials and equipment involved in implementation of a project. McMaster had designed a very smooth sequence in course syllabus by combination of an online interactive delivery method, lectures by professional guest speakers and up-to-date course material. I am confident that taking this course gives a noticeable edge to professionals in the field of infrastructure."

Fariba Gohari|Linear Infrastructure Designer EIT at WSP Canada

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