Norfolk County is pleased to announce that Andrew Grice will be joining Norfolk County as the General Manager of Environmental and Infrastructure Services, effective April 25, 2022.
In this role, Andrew will focus on several high priority strategic initiatives and capital projects including the implementation of Council’s approved inter-urban water supply strategy, the corporate-wide asset management plan, a comprehensive program development for municipal drains, Norfolk’s long-term solid waste management strategy, and all engineering work throughout the County.
“We are very pleased that Andrew will be joining the Norfolk County team,” said Norfolk’s CAO, Al Meneses. “His experience is very well-suited to this role, and we can’t wait to see what fresh ideas he brings to the table.”
Grice, a graduate of the University of Waterloo’s Civil Engineering program, began his career in the private sector working in project management, before excelling in several positions with the City of Hamilton including Manager, Policy and Programs; Water and Wastewater Operations; and Director, Hamilton Water.
“I think Andrew’s experience in the private sector and in a larger multi-faceted municipality combined with his broad skill set is just what Norfolk needs to move this important portfolio forward,” said Mayor Kristal Chopp. “Council looks forward to working with Andrew as part of our leadership team.”