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Mike Robinson to lead Environmental Challenge to next level

Mike Robinson to lead Environmental Challenge to the next level

Environmental Challenge Limited has appointed Mike Robinson as Chief Executive Officer, marking a new era for the company.

Having worked in the Environmental Challenge team for five years and during that time fulfilling his roles exceptionally, Mike brings knowledge and expertise central to our business.

As specialists in providing consultancy services relating to the environment, property, land, natural resources and stakeholders, Environmental Challenge has grown from a home office operation with two employees in 2001 to now having three offices located in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch, with up to 25 employees and contractors.

Managing Director Laurence Sherriff says, “I am very pleased to appoint Mike to this new role. We believe Mike has the energy, attributes, skills and experience required to grow Environmental Challenge and to take it to the future”.

Mike Robinson says, “I am very excited to be given this opportunity. I have a fantastic team of motivated and skilled individuals to support me and to deliver the quality service we have always provided. I aim to make TEC a major player in our sectors with the help of the team.”


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