Fort McMurray Branch | APEGA

Fort McMurray Branch

Message from the Chair

Welcome to the Fort McMurray Branch page, representing Members in a place of innovation and creativity that thousands call home.

The Fort McMurray Branch is constantly working towards the career enhancement of its Members and encouraging others to apply for APEGA licensure. We accomplish this through professional development and by continuing to enhance and promote the image of the professions in our community.

The Branch also engages K-12 students in science, technology, engineering, and math – encouraging them to consider careers in engineering and geoscience.

We also provide a university outreach program to first-year engineering students, which helps increase their understanding and awareness of professionalism and ethics.

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.


Roya Iranitalab, P.Eng.


Anuradha (Ajay) Ghosh, P.Eng.


Muhammad Numan, E.I.T.


Aldous Walters, P.Eng.


Muhammad Waqas, E.I.T.


Toks Adebayo, P.Geol.
Joseph Amalraj, P.Eng., FEC, FGC (Hon.)
Malcolm Edirisinghe, M.Sc., P.Eng.
Siddarth Gautam, P.Eng.
David Glenn, P.Eng.
Syed Hussaini, P.Eng.
Nick Morar, P.Eng.
Sanil Sivarajan, P.Geol.
Ormand Smith, P.Eng.

Branch Statistics

As of June 2017, Fort McMurray Branch has:

  • 23 Permit Holders
    • 21 Engineering Permit Holders
    • 1 Geoscience Permit Holder
    • 1 Engineering and Geoscience Permit Holders
  • 1,333 Members
    • 1,082 Professional Members
      • 1,049 Professional Engineers
      • 30 Professional Geoscientists
      • 3 Dual Designations
    • 244 Members-in-Training
      • 230 Engineers-in-Training
      • 14 Geoscientists-in-Training


The following communities are part of the Fort McMurray Branch:




Chipewyan Lake





Fort Chipewyan

Fort MacKay

Fort McMurray

Imperial Mills

Mariana Lake

Mildred Lake

Pelican Portage

Tar Island

Wandering River