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Three Senior Appointees in Environment Team

Maunsell announces three Senior Appointees in Environment Team

Leading engineering consulting firm Maunsell has announced the appointees to three senior managerial positions within their growing Environment team. Greg Stacy will take over the management of the Environmental team in Auckland. Formerly a Senior Project Manager in the US at Maunsell sister company Metcalf and Eddy, Mr Stacy has over 16 years of specialist experience and expertise in the infrastructure industry. Sisira Jayanatha has been appointed to the position of Environmental department Manager in Maunsell’s Wellington office. Mr Jayanatha has specialist skills in all aspects of water, stormwater and wastewater projects and brings over 23 years experience including five years as a Senior Engineer for the Wellington Regional Council. Sonya McCall has also recently joined Maunsell as Manager of the Auckland Environmental Management & Planning team. Ms McCall has valuable experience as both a local authority planner and a consultant planner working all facets of statutory planning.


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