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Scott Hamilton Announced as Burlington’s Director of Capital Works Department

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*Please see below a media release issued by the City of Burlington.

Scott Hamilton, Director of Capital Works, City of Burlington

Burlington, Ont. — Nov. 25, 2020 — The City of Burlington is pleased to announce the hiring of Scott Hamilton as the Director of Capital Works Department.

Hamilton has been with the City’s Capital Works and Engineering Departments since 2009, holding various positions including Senior Engineer, Manager of Design and Construction and over the past year as Interim Director of Capital Works.

Prior to joining the City, Hamilton worked in consulting engineering in the design and construction of a variety of municipal infrastructure projects.  Hamilton brings with him valuable industry and professional experience from both the private and public sectors.

“We’re excited to make Scott permanent as he’s proven to be an asset to the Burlington Leadership Team during his Interim position. Scott brings with him valuable industry and professional experience from both the private and public sector. Scott holds a Masters Certificate in Public Administration and is a licensed Professional Engineer and we all look forward to his leadership.” — Allan Magi, Executive Director of Environment, Infrastructure & Community Services, City of Burlington

*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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