Meet Kitimat’s new Director of Engineering Services

Alex has a strong background as a senior manager

Professional engineer Alex Ramos-Espinoza joined the District of Kitimat on June 26 as Director of Engineering Services. Prior to joining the District, Alex was the Northern B.C. Operations Manager for Hatch Ltd, (formerly Lapointe Engineering).

Alex has a strong background as a senior manager and extensive experience managing capital expenditure projects in commercial, industrial, institutional and municipal sectors.

Originally form El Salvador, Alex has lived in Canada for almost 30 years, of which he has called Kitimat home for 15.

Alex lives in Kitimat with his wife, three kids, two dogs, and a cat. When he’s not working or enjoying time with his family, Alex takes pleasure in “trying to play golf” and volunteering with community groups, including serving as President of the Kitimat Youth Soccer Association.

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