Paul Garbiar introduced as new Vice-President, Infrastructure and Technology
July 31, 2007 | General
Edmonton, Alta. — Edmonton Airports is pleased to welcome Paul Garbiar as the new Vice-President, Infrastructure and Technology.
“Paul brings more than 15 years of comprehensive experience in engineering, facilities, team and project management to Edmonton Airports,” says Reg Milley, Edmonton Airports President and CEO. “He has established many industry relationships and has built a solid reputation for his leadership and results-oriented management style.”
Prior to joining Edmonton Airports, Garbiar held management positions with Bantrel Co. and Canadian Fertilizers Limited. His experience in the high-paced oil and gas industry includes work at two world-class oilsands upgraders. Garbiar was selected after an extensive nation-wide search.
“In the current high-growth economy, it’s critical to ensure all our facilities have the right infrastructure and technology to meet anticipated growth levels and all of our customers have access to the services they need,” says Milley. “Paul will help us do that.”
Garbiar, who joined Edmonton Airports on July 3, is responsible for all expansion and sustaining capital programs, technology and the ongoing facilities management program.
Edmonton Airports operates Edmonton International Airport, Edmonton City Centre Airport, Villeneuve Airport and Cooking Lake Airport. For more information about Edmonton Airports and the four airports it manages on behalf of the region, visit www.flyeia.com.
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