Entura appoints Principal Consultant Water Management and Technology
August 17, 2016
Specialist power and water consulting firm Entura has appointed David Fuller to the newly created role of Principal Consultant Water Management and Technology, based in its Melbourne office, in Australia.
David brings to Entura over 35 years’ experience in water management and the delivery of water, environment, engineering and advisory projects across Australia and Asia.
“We’re pleased to welcome David to the team,” said Angus Swindon, Power and Water Director at Entura. “David brings extensive water management and consulting experience to the firm and I’m confident he will add value to our clients’ projects as we expand our service offerings to the water sector in Australia and the Asia-pacific region.”
David’s expertise spans surface water and groundwater management, data analysis and modelling. He has a unique combination of skills across environmental and engineering hydrology, water quality, natural resource economics and advanced statistics that support a balanced and realistic view of the value of data and analysis in informing effective decision making.
“Helping to manage the flow of 14 trillion litres of water through the Tasmanian system every year has given Entura unparalleled experience in water resource management and infrastructure planning, operations and maintenance,” said David. “I’m very excited to join Entura as the firm prepares to expand both nationally and internationally and increase its presence in the water sector.”
Prior to joining Entura, David has held a number of senior positions in both the private and public sector. These included Senior Principal and Catchment Water Business Line Leader at URS Australia, Land & Water Assessment Manager at the Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, and Principal Hydrologist at Hydro Tasmania.
David has a Bachelor of Science (Maths/Physics) from the University of Tasmania, a Graduate Certificate in Hydrology from The University of New South Wales, a Graduate Diploma in Statistics from The University of New England (UNE), a Master of Business Administration from Deakin University and a Master of Economics from UNE.
As part of Hydro Tasmania, Australia’s largest renewable energy producer and water manager, Entura is backed by more than 100 years of creating energy and maintaining power and water assets.
The firm works with clients to deliver practical and commercially sound solutions across the whole lifecycle of power and water assets, helping them to manage risks and achieve valuable outcomes.