Local government | July 21, 2022
The City of Mississauga has selected Sam Rogers as the new Director of Infrastructure, Planning and Engineering Services effective September 5, 2022 following an open, competitive recruitment process. Rogers was the City’s Director of Enforcement from 2017 to 2021 and most recently was the Interim Director of Transit Operations.
“I am pleased to welcome Sam to his new role where he will be able to apply his strong leadership skills as well as his knowledge and experience from both the public and private sectors,” said Geoff Wright, Commissioner, Transportation and Works. “This role will allow Sam to utilize his expertise for seamlessly delivering new initiatives and modernizing business processes in delivering a world-class transportation system while upholding community standards and enhancing quality of life.”
In his role as Director, Rogers will report to the Commissioner of Transportation and Works and oversee Capital Works, Development Engineering and Construction, Environmental Services including Stormwater Management, Transportation and Infrastructure Management and Transportation Planning. Collectively, these areas focus on the planning, development and construction of a multi-modal transportation system and stormwater network.
Prior to joining the City, Rogers was a Senior Manager, Global Protective Services at Scotiabank. He is a retired Major in the Canadian Armed Forces and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009.
Rogers holds an Executive MBA from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Bishop’s University.
Director of Infrastructure Planning and Engineering Services
City of Mississauga
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