Mr. Domenic Lunardo obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Toronto in 1980. He was accepted a member of the OALA and CSLA in 1984 and member of the American Society of Landscape Architects in 1988, In 2003 he become a fellow in the CSLA. Mr. Lunardo has served as Vice President of the OALA and chaired both the Ethics Committee and the Examining Board of the Association. He also served as Vice-President and Board Member of the CNE and Parks and Recreation Ontario In May 2000, Domenic was the recipient of the OALA's Public Practice Award.
Known for his leadership and management skills, Mr. Lunardo has promoted the profession in senior and executive management position in the public sector including Commissioner, Community Services for the Town of Oakville, Director of Design and Construction with the City of Hamilton, Director of Parks and Director of Urban Design with the City of Vaughan and Manager, Design Services for the Ontario Ministry of Government Services.
Mr. Lunardo co-chairied the Venues Committee of Hamilton's 2010 Commonwealth Games bid, where he lead a team of architects and consultants in preparing the venues requirements for the international bid book. Mr. Lunardo has directed and delivered high profile public facility and urban projects, and was Executive Lead on numerous key, operational, planning and partnership strategic initiatives.
In 2013, Mr. Lunardo retired from public service and is currently President of Domis Consulting Inc., Domenic brings 38 years’ of executive experience, specializing in providing advisory and support services on municipal administration and management, project management, policy development, research, operational reviews, and program management to the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.