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Shaping our Shared Future – Nancy Inglis

Nancy Inglis, P.Eng., PMP, Division Manager, Water in our Regina office, is a dedicated leader, project manager, volunteer, and athlete. As a Project Manager, Nancy has led the delivery of some of Western Canada's most significant projects, including highways, roads, power, and irrigation projects. Her projects include the $1.88 billion Regina Bypass, $1.5 billion Boundary Dam Power Station Carbon Capture and Sequestration, and the Westside Irrigation project in Saskatchewan. Currently, she is playing a lead role on the Municipal District of Acadia and Special Areas Board Irrigation expansion project in east-central Alberta.

Nancy is deeply committed to community service. She has served as an Alternate Warden, Camp 25 (Regina) of The Corporation of the Seven Wardens since 2021. The Corporation is charged with administering the Obligation of Canadian Engineers, a ceremony which dates back to 1922. Nancy has been active in the evolution of more inclusive ceremony traditions and enjoys conferring iron rings to newly qualified Canadian engineers and reminding them of their professional duty to the public.

Since 2016, Nancy has volunteered with the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-Saskatchewan (ACEC-SK), an organization committed to advancing the consulting engineering industry. Currently, she is a board director of ACEC-Canada, representing Saskatchewan. As Vice-Chair, Nancy plays a pivotal role in shaping policy and advocacy efforts at both the provincial and federal levels. She engages with federal Members of Parliament and Saskatchewan Members of Legislation to effect positive change in infrastructure development.

Nancy is a competitive athlete, most recently competing in the Senior Women's Curling Championships, representing Saskatchewan. Nancy's Team Saskatchewan won a silver medal.

With her commitment to the future generation of professional engineers and advocating for the Canadian consulting engineering industry, Nancy shapes our shared future on many levels. Thank you for your dedicated service, Nancy!

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