A Lloydminster man has been re-elected to the Association of Professional Engineers and Scientists of Alberta council. Professional engineer Chris Ketchum, is the president and co-owner of a growing engineering consulting company, Enhanced Engineering Consulting Ltd. Ketchum is one of two councilors re-elected and one of 12 councilors who will be working together to set the direction of the next term.  APEGA is responsible for regulating the practices of engineering and geoscience in the province of Alberta and was estabished back in 1920. The association’s over 73,000 members play a significant role in every segment of the economy, and their technical and management expertise ensure Alberta remains at the forefront of technological innovation.