Stefan Joyce is a hydrotechnical engineer with over 10 years of consulting experience in modelling and analysis, project management, design, and construction.  He has managed or played a key role in a wide range of projects, including the award-winning GIS-based run-of-river Rapid Hydropower Assessment Model (RHAM), which assessed hydroelectric potential throughout British Columbia.  His work encompasses hydrologic studies, flood hazard assessment, mitigation, and restoration, dam safety and decommissioning, and hydroelectric resource assessments, feasibility and design.


  • Flood Hazard Assessments and Mitigation
  • Design and Construction of flood Protection Works
  • Debris Flow Mitigation
  • River Engineering Flood Erosion Response/Restoration
  • Coastal and Port Engineering


  • Bachelor of Applied Science, (Dean’s List/Co-op Program), Civil Engineering, University of British Columbia, 1998

Awards & Recognition:

  • 2008 EGBC Sustainability Award for Stoltz Bluff Restoration project
  • 2008 Consulting Engineers of BC Award of Merit for “Rapid Hydropower Assessment Model”
  • 2003 Canadian Water Resources Association B.C. Branch Service Award
  • 1991 Canada Science and Engineering Scholarship