I have been working as an engineer within various branches of the Water Industry for the past 8 years. I started my career in France with Hydratec, and then joined WSP in the UK in 2017. I have worked on a wide variety of projects for water companies, including hydraulic modelling and verification to support asset management studies relating to drainage systems. I then joined a local government team to work on the Shropshire Council framework. I am now part ow the Water Risk Management team, delivering projects for a wide variety of clients My work has given me good knowledge of GIS data manipulation, as well as modelling experience with InfoWorks ICM. More recently, I started learning about Civil 3D and highway drainage design.
Sustainable Drainage Planning Framework – DCWW Welsh Water
System Asset Plan – Anglian Water
Drainage Area Plan of Ballymoney – Northern Ireland Water
Drainage Area Plan of West Pier (Dublin) – Irish Water
Project manager for 4 catchments in West Wales - Data analysis, stakeholder meetings, risk identification, root cause analysis, survey planning, model update and long-term solution development
Data collection and organisation for PR19 management plan
Client stakeholder engagement with the operations teams
Writing of catchment planning report
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