Chantal Chiddle, P.Eng., FEC


Chantal Chiddle holds a civil engineering technology diploma from St. Lawrence College (Kingston, ON) and a BEng degree in civil engineering from Lakehead University (Thunder Bay, ON). She was licensed by PEO in 2005 and is a member of OSPE. Chiddle has over 20 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry. Five years were spent working at a smaller consulting engineering firm primarily involved in municipal projects, and over 10 years of experience was gained working for utility companies, including the multi-utility company Utilities Kingston. Chiddle’s practice focus in design and project management for water and wastewater projects prepared her for her current role. In 2015, she moved to the heavy civil construction industry as a field engineer/senior engineer working on infrastructure reconstruction projects. Chiddle has spent 15 years as a volunteer with PEO, 13 years of which were at the chapter level. Chiddle has been a member of the Finance Committee, Legislation Committee and Regulatory Policy and Legislation Committee while serving as an Eastern Region councillor. She is an avid reader, a world traveller, an army brat and enjoys listening to live music. Councillor Chiddle is looking forward to continuing giving back to the engineering profession while serving as a councillor-at-large.