last updated: 2014
Brent Bouteiller is a resident of Centre Wellington. He and his partner Eliza and their two children have lived in Centre Wellington since 1998.
Brent is a Professional Engineer with over 20 years of experience in Civil Engineering. Brent understands the state of municipal infrastructure. He has assisted numerous municipalities in the renewal of sanitary sewers, watermains and storm sewers as well as addressing parking, traffic and transit issues.
From 2003 to 2009, Brent was a member of the Board of Directors of the Community Resource Centre of North and Centre Wellington during which he was President for 2 years. During that time, he led the group through two 3-year Strategic Planning initiatives that helped organize the objectives of the group.
Brent is the co-President of the Waterloo Region & Guelph Professional chapter of Engineers Without Borders where he leads the group in organizing events such as Development Drinks to discuss the issues of poverty in sub-Saharan Africa and Canadian First Nations communities. In 2013, he assisted the University of Guelph Chapter in the development of an Engineering Networking Event connecting EWB students with Engineering Professionals from around the region.
Brent has been a member of Transport Focus since 1990 and was Technical Affairs Chair and Membership Secretary in the early 90’s. This work include advocating for socially, economically and environmentally sustainable transport policies and actions in government and private sector.
Brent was a member of the Centre Wellington Economic Development subcommittee focusing on the development eco-business areas in the community.
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