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About the Chapter
PEO is divided into 5 Regional Congress Committees formed out of delegates from 36 Chapters. The Simcoe-Muskoka Chapter falls within the East Central Region along with the following chapters: East Toronto, Lake Ontario, Scarborough, Willowdale/Thornhill and York. Chapters exists to serve five essential purposes: Presence, Communications, Grassroots Participation, Recognition and Governance.
1493 Licensed Engineers (89%)
187 Engineering Interns (11%)
Board of Directors
Kevin Hughes, P.Eng.
Oday Wadee, P.Eng.
Jason Gubbels, P.Eng.,
Arash Habibollahi, P.Eng.
Greg Merrill, P.Eng., FEC
Mark Haynes, P.Eng., FEC
Peter Rozitis, P.Eng.
Cassandra Frengopoulos, P.Eng.
Jordan Barroso, EIT
Silva Yousif, EIT
José Barreiro, EIT
Shun Cheung, P.Eng.
Tyler Ing, P.Eng.
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Thank you everyone who joined us for the 2017 SS Keewatin Tour and BBQ in June. This has become an staple event for the PEO Simcoe Muskoka Chapter, but this year was special for several reasons. First, it was great to see all the improvements to the SS Keewatin as part of Canada 150. Second, Read more about SS Keewatin Tour and BBQ[…]
On August 16, 2017 the PEO Simcoe-Muskoka Chapter hosted an event with Marilyn Spink, P.Eng. in Collingwood, ON. Marilyn spoke about her experiences in the work force including several key projects in executing large, complex engineering projects in North America and Africa. Key points included what is means to lead and manage multi-discipline teams; Read more about ‘Why Engineers Matter’ Event[…]
On October 1st, Parks Canada hosted PEO Simcoe Muskoka for a tour of North America’s one of a kind Big Chute Marine Railway in Coldwater. The tour was facilitated by Parks Canada’s Mary Macleod, accompanied by Kevin Carney and Campbell Trueny. Mary and her team started the tour at the old marine railway where Read more about Big Chute Tour[…]
On July 15th, 17 Engineers and EITs from the Simcoe-Muskoka Chapter took to the skies, or more accurately, took to the wind-tunnel at iFly Toronto to experience their incredible indoor skydiving facility. All participants experienced what it feels like to float on air, suspended by winds reaching 200 km/hr. After flying, everyone got a Read more about iFly Skydiving and Tour[…]
On April 20, 2017, the PEO Simcoe-Muskoka Chapter hosted an axe throwing and networking event at Iron Nation. The sport was quite new to many members, so Iron Nation started with an instructional tutorial and followed with group games. It was a fun experience overall as members were able to try something new and Read more about Axe Throwing Event[…]
On June 8th, 36 Professional Engineers (P.Eng.) and Engineering Interns (EIT) gathered to learn more about the new PEAK program which PEO launched in March 2017. Bernard Ennis, P.Eng., Director of Policy and Professional Affairs at PEO informed attendees about the features of the new program and elaborated on why the program exists and Read more about PEAK – Your Questions Answered Event[…]
On April 21st, Greg Merrill, P.Eng., FEC was inducted as a Member of the PEO Order of Honour. Greg Merrill has a long volunteer history with the Simcoe-Muskoka Chapter during which he has sat as treasurer, vice chair and, on two separate occasions, chair. His most important role, however, has been that of mentor to Read more about Simcoe-Muskoka Engineer Inducted to PEO Order of Honour[…]
On April 12th, DECAST Ltd. hosted PEO Simcoe Muskoka for a tour of their state-of-the art manufacturing facility on County Road 56 in Utopia. Before the tour, our guide David Archer discussed many of the challenges facing the Ontario precast industry, showed us exciting past and present projects, and exhibited some of their new Read more about DECAST Tour[…]