MWH Project Manager wins prestigious national award

Posted: Friday 13th November 2009

Michael Holme, Project Manager with environmental engineering company and water expert MWH, has been awarded ‘Young Project Manager of the Year’ by the Association for Project Management (APM).

One of three finalists, which also included MWH’s Aaron Nutt, Michael received the award in recognition of his role in the Manchester Ring Main cleaning project for United Utilities – a complex project to improve the quality of the supply of 560 million litres of water per day to customers in and around Manchester.

Cath Schefer, MWH North West Business Unit Director, who attended the awards ceremony on 21 October at The Brewery, London, said: “This is a brilliant result for Mike and for MWH, and very well deserved. The feedback from the client on the service he continues to provide has been fantastic and it’s great to see him recognised by the APM. I would also like to congratulate Aaron Nutt of MWH who was a runner up in the same category for his excellent work in project managing environmental services at RAF Mildenhall for Defence Estates. I really felt a sense of pride last night to be sitting on a table with two MWH finalists.”

The APM Project Management Awards have been recognising world class project and programme management for over 15 years. The Young Project Manager of the Year Award recognises rising talent; those individuals in the early stages of their project management careers who are already demonstrating that they can make a difference to the project management profession and the companies and clients for whom they work.

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