Peter Sparanese joins City as general manager of engineering

A new general manager of engineering and regional utilities at the City of Abbotsford will start on Aug. 31

A new general manager of engineering and regional utilities at the City of Abbotsford will start on Aug. 31, 2015.

Peter Sparanese, P.Eng. has over 25 years of experience in local, regional and provincial government environments.

During his career, Sparanese has made significant contributions related to infrastructure planning, design, construction, maintenance and operations of various water, wastewater, stormwater, transportation and building facilities, according to a city news release. As the senior manager of infrastructure engineering and operations at Capital Regional District on Vancouver Island, he achieved the 2014 City of Excellence, Gold Standard Award from the BC Municipal Safety Association.

Sparanese will be responsible for overseeing the wide range of services provided by the City’s engineering operations as well as the regional water and sewer utilities jointly shared between Abbotsford and the District of Mission.

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