City Of Windsor Announces New City Engineer/Commissioner Of Infrastructure Services

Tuesday July 20th, 2021

Posted at 4:17pm

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The City of Windsor has hired a  new City Engineer/Commissioner of Infrastructure Services.

Chris Nepszy takes over this leadership role from Mark Winterton, who is retiring, effective September 17th, 2021.

Since 2019, Nepszy has served as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Essex, where he has led innovations both at the local and regional level. Prior to that, Nepszy was the Deputy CAO and Director of Infrastructure and Development for the Town of Essex.

He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of Windsor and is a registered Professional Engineer in both Ontario and Michigan.

Winterton will retire after 30 years of service to the City, having lead the establishment of several master plans, setting the path for the City for decades to come (Sewer Master Plan, Transit Master Plan, Stormwater Financing Plan, Environmental Master Plan, Asset Management Plan, Active Transportation Master Plan).

Some of the notable construction projects he was involved in include the Walker, Howard and Wellington grade separations; Dougall Multi-Use Path Grade Separation; Greenhouse; and New City Hall.  Winterton was also instrumental in the development of the East Riverside community and numerous developments throughout the city. He also assisted in guiding the municipality through two record-setting floods, a tornado and record-high lake levels.

Nepszy starts September 7th, 2021.

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