Krishna is a civil and environmental engineer with an interest in sustainable engineering. Krishna has been involved in significant projects ranging from urban water resilience; water body rejuvenation, water treatment, river management studies, and design aspects of Nature-Based Solutions.

Earlier in his career, he worked at the intersection of urban water challenges and development, including water-sensitive urban design (WSUD) projects, water quality, water policy, and river development. These have included developing a policy on decentralised treatment systems for metropolitan areas and numerous designs for wastewater treatment. As part of his previous engagement, he worked with the Delhi government on the Yamuna River clean-up project and developed a framework for Yamuna River management. He was part of a capacity-building programme for Punjab’s Eco City region for pond rejuvenation and helped the city government prepare an intervention strategy for pond rejuvenation. Krishna has also been in an Indo-UK research study focusing on Musi River rejuvenation with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad, IIT Madras, and the University of Birmingham.

Krishna is passionate about waterway engineering, drainage design, water quality, ecology and nature-based solutions. Through his passion, he has expanded his competence in several software programs, including QGIS, AUTOCAD, Civil 3D, SewerGEMS, and HEC-RAS.