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Prepares you to design new watermain systems and to design additions or replacements for existing systems.
Who Should Attend
Engineers, technicians and technologists who are employed in the watermain design field and have a basic understanding of watermain design principles.
Knowledge of basic hydraulics.
Passing Grade: 60%. Case study and comprehensive final examination.
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Mobushar Pannu is a Professional Engineer with over 28 years of experience in civil and municipal engineering. He has extensive experience in managing municipal infrastructure, asset management and programming, engineering planning, design and construction of municipal infrastructure gained through a series of progressively more responsible positions with the City of Toronto and the County of Northumberland.
He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal, a Master’s of Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto and a Master’s Certificate in Municipal Leadership from the Schulich School of Business at York University.
He started his professional career as a Field Engineer with Trow Consulting Engineers Ontario. He started his municipal career in 1991 when he joined the City of Etobicoke (now part of the City Toronto) Public Works Department. Presently he is the Director of the Transportation, Waste and Facilities Department at Northumberland County.
Prior to accepting his current position, he worked with the Technical Services Department of the City of Toronto as a Senior Project Engineer and as the District Manager of Design and Construction where he was responsible for administering the delivery of the capital works program for the North York District. In these roles he had the opportunity to manage and direct large multidisciplinary municipal projects and teams in the design and construction of complex municipal works including roads, bridges, sidewalks, sewers, watermain and streetscape projects. The district capital works program valued well in excess of $100 million annually.
In addition to design and delivery of capital works, Mr. Pannu has a wealth of experience in infrastructure asset management and planning gained through his work as an engineer in the City of Toronto’s Transportation Services Division. In this role he worked with a team of engineers to manage the City’s 6,000 kilometres of roads, over 600 bridges and culverts, and 10,000 kilometres of sidewalks.
Mr. Pannu is an active member of the Municipal Engineers Association, the American / Canadian Public Works Association, the Transportation Association of Canada and the Ontario Good Roads Association.