June 26, 2012
Saskatchewan Consulting Engineer voted Chair Elect of National Organization
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES) is pleased to announce that Jason Mewis, P. Eng., was elected 2012-2013 Chair Elect of The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies - Canada (ACEC) at their Annual General Meeting in PEI, June 23, 2012.
Mewis has been an active member and proponent of CES for the past six years, serving on its Board of Directors and representing the Saskatchewan association at the national level as ACEC Liaison for the past four years.
Founder and President of ENGCOMP Engineering & Computing Professionals Inc., Jason Mewis has over 15 years of experience working on projects for the heavy industrial market in Saskatchewan, as both a Senior Structural Engineer and Project Manager. Mewis and his team have been actively involved in the economic growth of the province, but also contribute their time and resources to nine professional associations, 6 charities and numerous Saskatoon minor sports teams.
Aware of the commitment that Mewis has made to his industry and his community, CES Chair Mel Leu extended his congratulations to the new ACEC Chair Elect. "Jason is very passionate about advocating on behalf of our industry. He has and will continue to represent us well," said Leu.
Beverly MacLeod, CES Executive Director, acknowledged the significance of this election at the ACEC Annual General Meeting held June 23, 2012 in Prince Edward Island.
"It is rare for smaller jurisdictions such as Saskatchewan to have representation on the executive team at the national level," said MacLeod, "but Jason's keen interest in our association at both the provincial and national level continues to be recognized. I know that he will meet up-coming industry challenges as a true leader."
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES) is a non-profit association representing the business interests of the majority of consulting engineering and consulting geoscience firms in Saskatchewan. As the business voice of the consulting engineering and geoscience industry in Saskatchewan, CES is the link between private industry, government, purchasers, decision makers, and owners.
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