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.
Engineer on the design of highway drainage schemes for Shropshire Council
Land Drainage Officer on behalf of Shropshire Council
Assisting lead engineers in building an investigation programme and delivering technical notes summarising the findings to feed a construction programme. Assisting lead engineers in designs delivery. Training junior staff in the use of GIS software.
Assisting the Flood Risk Manager in the day-to-day work in two of the five divisions of Shropshire. Undertaking Client duties under the CDM 2015 Regulations and the Flood and Water management Act 2010. Interfacing with customer and investigating enquiries. Collaboration work with Highway division on investigations and reaction to exceptional weather events (Storms Denis, Ciara and Christoph)
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