Edmonton Branch | APEGA

Edmonton Branch

Message from the Chair

The Edmonton branch welcomes all members to help grow the branch in various forms within Alberta and beyond.

The Edmonton branch executive is made up of professionals of varying experiences, backgrounds and disciplines volunteering to help promote the role of engineering and geoscience in the public realm. The executive undertakes many different initiatives to engage our members. Our reach is only as far as you, our members, are interested in participating. Whether it be social events, outreach events, various regulatory volunteer positions or legislative forums, there are many ways for each of us to contribute to the success, effectiveness and purpose of our association, APEGA.  

The mission of the Edmonton branch is to highlight the value of engineering and geoscience as professions and reinforce this role to the public and our community via our members. We will help make this value resonate so we can go beyond the output of our small executive team. If our members endorse our mission, this branch will have achieved its intent to promote engineering and geoscience and extend its importance to past, present and future generations of leaders.  It is the focus of the branch executive to provide opportunities to showcase our members passion so that they remain committed to their professions; all while still having fun!

We look forward to working and engaging with our members to help each person identify more deeply with their profession and continue their efforts toward public safety, innovation and social good. 

Branch Executive

The Branch Executives are Members elected at the Annual General Meeting of each Branch. They are governed by the Branch manual.

The following APEGA Members are volunteering their time to be this year's Branch Executives.

Chair

Kyle Fodchuk, P.Eng.

Vice-Chair

Andrew Liu, P.Eng., M.Eng.

Treasurer

Maria Estela Zavala Mata, P.Eng., MASc.

Past-Chair

Bob Rundle, P. Eng., PMP

Secretary

Shiraz Kanji, P.Eng., FEC, FGC (Hon.) 

Members-at-Large

Alex Nguyen, P.Eng.
Hillary Flesher, P.Eng.
Monika Bhardwaj, P.Eng., PMP
Michael Boire, P.Eng.
Peter Doell, P.Eng., FEC, FGC (Hon.)
Vahid Ayan, Prov.Lic.(Eng.)
Venkata Vemana, M.Eng., P.Eng.
Victoria Wishart, P.Eng.
Tara Wasilieff, P.Eng.

Statistics

As of January 2018, the Edmonton Branch has:

  • 1,030 Permit Holders
    • 990 Engineering Permit Holders
    • 19 Geoscience Permit Holders
    • 21 Engineering and Geoscience Permit Holders
  • 14,370 Members
    • 10,492 Professional Members
      • 10,354 Professional Engineers
      • 122 Professional Geoscientists
      • 16 Dual Designations
    • 3,878 Members-in-Training
      • 3,676 Engineers-in-Training
      • 200 Geoscientists-in-Training
      • 2 Dual Designations-in-Training

Communities

The following communities are part of the Edmonton Branch:

Abee

Alberta Beach

Alcomdale

Alcurve

Alpen Siding

Alsike

Andrew

Ardrossan

Armena

Aspen Beach

Athabasca

Atmore

Barrhead

Bawlf

Beaumont

Bellis

Berrymoor

Big Coulee

Bittern Lake

Bloomsbury

Bluffton

Bon Accord

Boyle

Breton

Bruce

Bruderheim

Buck Lake

Buford

Busby

Calahoo

Calmar

Camp Creek

Camrose

Cardiff

Carnwood

Caslan

Cherhill

Chipman

Chisholm

Clyde

Colinton

Cooking Lake

Coronado

Dapp

Darwell

Deville

Devon

Donatville

Duffield

Dunstable

Edberg

Edmonton

Edmonton Beach

Edwand

Egremont

Ellerslie

Ellscott

Enoch

Fallis

Falun

Fawcett

Ferintosh

Fisher Home

Fishing Lake

Flatbush

Fort Assiniboine

Fort Saskatchewan

Freedom

Genesee

Gibbons

Glenevis

Grassland

Gunn

Gwynne

Hamlin

Hay Lakes

Highridge

Highvale

Hilliard

Hoadley

Hobbema

Holden

Hylo

Island Lake

Itaska Beach

Jarvie

Josephburg

Kapasiwin

Kavanagh

Keephills

Kelsey

Kikino

Kingman

Kipp

Lac La Nonne

Lake Isle

Lamont

Lancaster Park

Lavoy

Leduc

Legal

Lindale

Lindbrook

Lisburn

Lone Pine

Looma

Ma-Me-O Beach

Manola

Meadowview

Meanook

Mearns

Menaik

Mewatha Beach

Michigan Centre

Millet

Mission Beach

Morinville

Mulhurst

Mundare

Namao

Neerlandia

Nestow

New Norway

New Sarepta

Newbrook

Nisku

North Cooking Lake

Ohaton

Onoway

Opal

Pendryl

Perryvale

Pibroch

Pickardville

Pipestone

Radway

Redwater

Rich Valley

Riviere Qui Barre

Rochester

Rolly View

Rosallind

Rossington

Round Hill

Royal Park

Ryley

Saddle Lake

Sandy Beach

Seba Beach

Sherwood Park

Shoal Creek

Silver Beach

Smoky Lake

South Cooking Lake

Spruce Grove

St. Albert

St. Francis

St. Michael

Stanger

Star

Stony Plain

Sundance Beach

Sunnybrook

Sunset Beach

Swan Hills

Tawatinau

Telfordville

Thorhild

Thorsby

Tiger Lily

Tofield

Tomahawk

Usona

Vega

Venice

Villeneuve

Vimy

Wabamun

Warburg

Warspite

Wasel

Waskatenau

Waterton Park

Waugh

Weasel Creek

West Cove

Westerose

Westlock

Wetaskiwin

Winfield

Winterburn

Wostok

Yeoford

Luncheon Sponsors

The Edmonton Branch extends its thanks to the following sponsors for their support:

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