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Kelly Yuzdepski of UMA is new chair of Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan

Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan has announced its new board of directors for 2002-2003.


Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan has announced its new board of directors for 2002-2003.
The new chair of the board is Kelly Yuzdepski, P.Eng., regional manager of transportation for UMA Engineering. He is also the firm’s district manager for Regina.
Yuzdepski has been with UMA since graduating in 1987, and has worked in a variety of transportation and municipal projects. He has been involved in both management and design.
Other members of the new board are:
Dwayne Gelowitz, P.Eng. of Stantec Consulting (vice chair)
A.O. (Bert) Munro, P.Eng. of Associated Engineering (past chair)
Lawrence F. Lukey, P.Eng. of Bullee Consulting
Scott Phillips, P.Eng. of Stantec Consulting
Leon Botham, P.Eng. of Golder Associates
David Kent, P.Eng. of Clifton & Associates
The Associate member representative is Ted Miazga, A.Sc.T. of Mi-Sask Industries.
Co-liaison members with the professional licensing body — the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan — are Art Opseth, P.Eng. and Clarence Reed, P.Eng.
Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan is an industry organization representing the interests of private companies specializing in engineering and geoscience services. Its member firms employ over 650 professional and technical support staff and contribute appproximately $70 million to the provincial economy.
See www.ces.sk.ca