Mark Mulcahy to lead MWH's UK hydrogeology consulting business
MWH has recruited Mark Mulcahy as its principal hydrogeologist to lead its hydrogeology consulting business in the UK.
Mulcahy will delivering a range of hydrogeological and sustainability services including environmental risk appraisal, carbon and water foot-printing of infrastructure solutions, energy audit and efficiency, sustainability assessment and integrated catchment management for UK water companies and other clients. He will be based in MWH’s Redditch office.
He has worked for global brands, such as Nestle, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, and for several manufacturers and other industrial and commercial sector clients on an international level, across Europe, Africa, South America and the UAE. He has also undertaken a number complex projects including contaminated land assessments, geothermal energy schemes, water resource projects, nuclear waste disposal and has led operational teams in both clean and wastewater operations as well as industrial projects.
Mulcahy said: “I’m very pleased to be joining MWH and taking on the task of growing its hydrogeology consultancy business at an important and interesting time for the sector. Clients are facing many complex challenges as a result of population growth, climate change and ever more stringent regulations and I’m looking forward to applying my skills and experience to help them.”
Commenting on the appointment Evan Dollar, water resources technical director for MWH, said: “Mark has joined our growing business at an exciting time. His global experience with some of the world’s biggest brands and work in both the public and private sectors will be a real asset to our clients.”
“His previous roles have given him an excellent understanding of projects from the perspective of both clients and suppliers and his technical, business and commercial expertise will enhance our services.”
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