Erin announces director of infrastructure and city engineer

Brian Kavanagh most recently served as director of public works for the city of Stouffville

The City of Erin is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Kavanagh to the position of Director of Infrastructure Services and City Engineer effective July 2.

During Kavanagh’s 25-year career, he has established himself as a leader in providing design, construction, operations and maintenance services for a growing GTA municipality as well as large-scale provincial P3 projects.

Kavanagh most recently served as Director of Public Works for the City of Stouffville, where he was responsible for roads, bridges, and sewer and water systems. During a stint with the Ontario Public Service, he led several public-private partnership projects, including delivering large-scale healthcare and corrections infrastructure development projects ranging in value from $100 million to $1.2 billion.

“Brian’s appointment is an important milestone in Erin’s journey to a better future. His commitment to the community and extensive experience developing infrastructure for one of Ontario’s fastest growing municipalities are a testament to our promising path. With Brian taking the lead, we are well positioned to deliver exceptional value and meet our city’s infrastructure needs, providing unparalleled support to our council, staff, residents and development community,” said Rob Adams, chief administrative officer for the city of Erin . Officer.

Kavanagh has proven experience leading large teams and has completed the Association of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO) municipal administration program and earned the Certified Municipal Officer designation.

As Erin’s Director of Infrastructure Services and City Engineer, Kavanagh will be at the helm of managing the city’s infrastructure functions. This includes overseeing the completion of the city’s $300 million wastewater treatment plant, developing new water and sewerage works through downtown Erin, constructing linear sewerage and water infrastructure along the track to support residential developments in the community of Hillsburgh, and the construction of new springs and water towers to support the prosperity of Erin, one of Canada’s fastest growing communities.