Vernon J. Rogers, M.Sc., P.Eng, President
Vernon Rogers has over thirty six years of experience in areas including water and
wastewater engineering, water resources and environmental management, project and
operations management, public involvement, municipal and regional government, technology
development and the creation of best practices. He has worked with the BC provincial
government and several regional districts and improvement districts on a variety
of water and business related projects. In recent years he has directed a range
of projects concerned with the business operations of water supply organizations
including the preparation of asset inventories, financial plans and rate reviews.
Vernon Rogers has also played a leading role in the development of key resources
for use by community infrastructure organizations in British Columbia. He regularly
makes presentations at key water-related conferences to introduce innovations in
the resources and services available to infrastructure organizations.
His wide experience in engineering, management and technology development has been
obtained in Canada, the USA, the United Kingdom and West Africa. He has worked with
a variety of organizations, including the Thames Water Authority in the UK, James
F. McLaren in West Africa and Ontario, Urban Systems Ltd. in the BC Interior, the
Capital Regional District in Victoria BC, and the National Research Council. He
studied Civil Engineering in London UK, and as a Fulbright Scholar earned a postgraduate
degree with a specialization in Water Resources Engineering from Utah State University,
USA. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in British Columbia.