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Harrison Grierson appoints international water expert

Harrison Grierson appoints international water expert

Harrison Grierson, a leading New Zealand owned engineering and design consultancy, has appointed an international water expert to a key role in the company.

Simon Warren has been appointed Water Resources and Networks Manager.

Simon has extensive experience in the water sector including five years at Watercare Services Ltd where he was the Group Manager – Infrastructure New Development. Before that he was with Auckland City Council in senior roles.

Simon’s United Kingdom experience includes consulting to the Water Research Centre (a leading research and consultancy expertise provider to water industries worldwide). He audited the Northern Ireland Water Services 30-year Water Resources Strategy and identified the cost effective actions needed to achieve compliance with United Kingdom regulatory standards of performance and industry best practice. He was also Supply Demand Manager for Anglian Water Services Limited, which is geographically the largest of the United Kingdom water companies serving over 5 million customers daily.

Simon is based in Harrison Grierson’s Auckland office where he leads a team of water and wastewater specialists.

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