Paul Dedyo is an Associate and Project Manager at KPFF’s Portland Civil Engineering + Survey office. He joined KPFF in 2006 and has experience in creative stormwater drainage and utility design, including rainwater harvesting, low-impact stormwater management and hydraulic/hydrologic modeling. Paul specializes in efficient, innovative and sustainable site planning and design and his collaborative, big picture focus enables him to facilitate creative design and permitting solutions throughout each phase of a project. He collaborated with Portland Bureau of Environmental Services to develop the new Presumptive Approach Calculator, a tool released with the BES Stormwater Management Manual revision to size surface infiltration facilities. Paul is known by clients for his imagination and environmental focus, as well as for his unique integration of civil and drainage design into the landscape.
He has provided planning and design for many local and regional parks and trails throughout the region and has played a major role in the bond-funded master planning and redevelopment of animal exhibits and infrastructure at Oregon Zoo.
Oregon Zoo Elephant Lands
Willamette Falls Legacy Project
Portland Fire and Rescue Station 21
Penguin Life Support
The Fields Park
SE Division Streetscape Improvements
Graham Oaks Nature Park
Pacific Northwest College of Art, Schnitzer Center for Art and Design