Municipality hires new inspections manager

Oct 15 • Business, Feature StoryNo Comments on Municipality hires new inspections manager

There’s a new face behind building code enforcement and inspection for the municipality.

Chatham-Kent Building Development Services has hired Paolo Magliaro as the new Manager of Inspections and Enforcement. He will start his new role on Nov. 4.
Magliaro graduated from Civil Engineering Technology and began his career with the municipality in 2005 as an engineering and traffic assistant. He then left to work in the public sector for a few years before returning to the municipality in 2011 as a Building Inspector. In 2015, Magliaro took a position as an engineering technologist with Infrastructure & Engineering Services.
“Paolo’s knowledge of the Ontario Building Code, coupled with his knowledge of civil engineering, will provide our team another layer of knowledge which will be a valuable asset to our department and the Municipality,” Paul Lacina, C-K’s Chief Building Official, said in a media release.
“We are continuously looking at ways to strengthen our core services for the community and I am confident that Paolo will continue to drive our culture of continuous improvement,” added John Norton, General Manager of Chatham-Kent Community Development Department.
Building Development Services provides enforcement of the Ontario Building Code through plan review, permit issuance, inspections, enforcement, and code interpretation by provincially certified staff.

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