Waggonner & Ball’s Ramiro Diaz delivered the keynote at this year’s EPA Region 6 Stormwater Conference. His presentation entitled, In Concord with Nature, Living With Water® in Norfolk, Hampton, Charleston and New Orleans, focuses on the firm’s environmental work, centered on the infrastructure and spatial identity of water. More information on the conference can be found here.
Jaime Ramiro Diaz is an architectural and urban design leader of Waggonner & Ball’s resilience and Living With Water® practice. Rami is a client liaison, senior project designer, and collaboration leader for climate adaptation projects across the country, including the Dutch Dialogues, Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan, Gentilly Resilience District, Norfolk Ohio Creek NDR, Resilient Hampton, and Buffalo Bayou Lockwood South. A frequent lecturer and tour leader, Rami integrates architecture, landscape, and water system challenges into pictures that suggest innovative solutions and capture the spirit of place. Rami currently serves on the New Orleans Board of Zoning Adjustments and as board president of Groundwork New Orleans.