OTTAWA — The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-Canada (ACEC) has announced that Tim Stanley, president and principal consultant at Stratice Consulting Inc., has been selected as the new chair of the ACEC board of directors for the 2022-2023 term.
The announcement was made at ACEC’s annual general meeting.
Stanley has been active in the consulting engineering industry for 40 years, holding leadership positions in project management, construction administration and strategic development, stated a release.
Currently on the executive team at Stratice, Stanley is responsible for the development and management of the firm’s national initiatives with responsibility for such projects as government buildings, airports, highways, bridges and power generation facilities.
Stanley has been involved with ACEC for over a decade, including serving as past chair of the B.C. branch, and he has been a board member of ACEC-Canada since 2018.
“It’s a true honour to take on this role to promote the incredible work that consulting engineers do every single day,” said Stanley. “Over the coming year, I will strive to further educate elected officials and all Canadians about our industry’s unparalleled ability to build a strong and sustainable economy, while connecting people and communities from coast to coast to coast.”
“As an experienced engineer and business owner, as well as a long-time ACEC member and leader within the organization, Tim brings a remarkable amount of skill, knowledge and innovative problem-solving to his new role as chair,” stated ACEC CEO John Gamble.