Grant Dixon appointed as National Leader of ATAP Infrastructure Management
November 8, 2023
We are very pleased to announce that Grant Dixon from our Edmonton office has accepted the position of National Leader of ATAP Infrastructure Management, an Associated subsidiary company. ATAP provides classroom and onsite training, technical support, programming, commissioning, operations, troubleshooting, and advisory services for water, wastewater, and municipal infrastructure. Currently, ATAP primarily operates in Saskatchewan and Alberta, delivering services to utilities, various levels of government, First Nations, and select private sector clients, such as contractors. and private utility operators.
As National Leader, ATAP, Grant will collaborate with staff to market and develop ATAP services across the company, taking an active role in business development and providing input and advice on proposals and projects delivery, focussing on water and wastewater services. Grant will also manage ATAP operations in our existing centres in Saskatchewan and Alberta. In addition, he will continue in his role as Regional Water Manager in Alberta North.
Grant combines his certification in Local Government Administration and Operations with more than 35 years of experience in the public and private sector, specializing in water systems operations and management, and project management. As an Operations Management Specialist, Project Manager, and Manager with Associated Engineering, Grant has delivered water systems training, operations and engineering support, and advisory services, and managed the delivery of water systems and treatment plants. As Manager of our Regional Water team and ATAP in Alberta North, Grant has expanded our services to public and private sector and First Nations clients across Northern Alberta, and has delivered water system training for AWWOA and Northern Lakes College.
Grant is an active volunteer in the water industry. He is a trusted advisor to the Water North Coalition (Alberta) and the Western Canada Water Alberta Provincial Council. In 2025, he will serve as the President of the Western Canada Water Association.