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Posted: Tuesday 15th March 2011

Grontmij appoints new operations director for Leeds Water.

Leading European engineering consultancy, Grontmij has appointed Blair Mitchell as operations director and profit centre manager for the Leeds Water team.

Mr Mitchell joins Grontmij from Scottish Water, where he held the role of head of delivery, playing a leading role in the delivery of their capital investment programme and the development of a new joint venture to deliver part of Scottish Water’s future capital investment programme. He brings with him 20 years experience in working across the operational, asset management and capital delivery sectors in Scottish Water.

As part of Mr Mitchell’s new role, he will be responsible for developing and leading the Leeds Water team in the securing and delivery of work expected from recent AMP5 and Q&SIIIb framework wins. His focus will also be on delivering existing work for Severn Trent Water, the Ministry of Defence and United Utilities.

Commenting on his new role, Mr Mitchell said: “Grontmij has a proven track record in providing excellent water services across the UK as shown by our impressive water frameworks wins in AMP5 and Q&SIIIb. I am looking forward to working with the Leeds team, as well as the wider business, to continue to uphold Grontmij’s position as leaders in water engineering.”

Paul Whatley, regional director for water, commented: “I would like to welcome Blair to his new role. His breadth of experience in programme and project management will ensure we continue to deliver added value to our clients. I am sure he will prove an excellent addition to our team and we are looking forward to working with him.”




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