Municipal Engineers Division

About

The Municipal Engineers Division promotes and encourages leadership in the delivery of municipal engineering services.

The Municipal Engineering Division is a long-standing division of Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia, originally formed in 1943. It is a public-service-oriented organization of professional engineers that provides a valuable forum for professional engineers and those with an interest in municipal engineering to meet, exchange ideas, debate issues, and be a catalyst for improvement, innovation, sustainability, and change in municipal engineering. Typical programs organized by us include:

  • Technical seminars on municipal engineering and local government issues.
  • Network and resources on relevant issues and current events.
  • Development of common standards such as the Master Municipal Construction Documents.
  • Involvement in the academic community to promote careers in municipal engineering.

The Municipal Engineers Division allows you to enhance your knowledge, expand your skills, foster networking, and help create a common voice to influence positive change in the public sector municipal engineering industry.

Current Division Executive

Names, positions, and contact information for the current Division Executive.

Name Employer Position
Doug Louie, P.Eng., M.Eng. City of Burnaby Chair
James Chandler, P.Eng. City of Port Moody Vice Chair
Cal Merry, P.Eng. Metro Vancouver Past Chair
Kimberley Wong, P.Eng. City of Burnaby Secretary
Amer Nawaz, P.Eng., M.Eng., PMP Metro Vancouver Treasurer
Rick Bomhof, P.Eng. City of Langley Member at Large
Jeff Moi, P.Eng. City of Vancouver Member at Large
Sara Brodie, P.Eng. City of Campbell River Member at Large
Scott Neuman,P.Eng. City of Surrey Member at Large
Alan Newcombe, P.Eng. City of Kelowna Member at Large

Become a Member

Both members and non-members of Engineers and Geoscientists BC with an interest in the municipal engineering field are welcome to join the Municipal Engineers Division.

Join as one of following types of members:

What Amount
Division Members for Engineers and Geoscientists BC, who are professional engineers or engineers-in-training employed in a BC municipality, regional district or board, or municipal regional body. $26.25
Affiliate Members for Engineers and Geoscientists BC, who are professional engineers or engineers-in-training with a different professional association, or students with an interest in municipal engineering. $26.25

Only Division Members may vote or hold executive positions. All members receive discounts on Division sponsored events.

How to Register:

Register online or while renewing your membership.

Events

The Municipal Engineers Division hosts several events and tours throughout the year.

Upcoming Events

Date Event
May 12, 2017 MED Spring Tour -The City of Surrey District Energy Plant and Biofuel Energy Plant 

Previous Events

Click below to access copies of presentation materials, photos, and other event related information.

Date Event
March 31, 2017 MED Spring Session: Development Cost Charge Panel Discussion >
November 18, 2016 Joint MMCD/MED Annual General Meeting and Workshops 2016 >
October 20, 2016 APEGBC Conference – MED Stream 

Resources

Municipal Engineers Division Terms of Reference (To be updated in 2017) 
Municipal Engineers Division Strategic Plan: 2016 – 2020 

Partners

We would like to acknowledge our partners and sponsors who often collaborate on the events we deliver:

Association of Consulting Engineering Companies BC Association of Consulting Engineering Companies BC
 

Master Municipal Construction Documents Master Municipal Construction Documents

Asset Management BC Asset Management BC

Academic exam information and past exams.
Email: info@egbc.ca
Phone: 604.430.8035
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