Amie is a civil engineer who calls the community of Fort McMurray, Alberta home. She has over 8‑years of experience working in both local government and as an engineering consultant. Amie’s focus is municipal infrastructure, with expertise ranging from asset planning through to design and construction. She led the team responsible for short and long range infrastructure planning at the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo from 2013-2015. Amie also led the Sustainable Operations branch at the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo from 2015-2017; her team of 19 was successful in implementing sustainable practices that resulted in millions of dollars of savings for the community. Amie is sought after for leadership and coordination of multi-disciplinary project teams, and has successfully managed multiple high-impact, politically relevant projects. Her experience also includes work on corporate strategy and governance advisory.
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