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THE MAGAZINE FOR THE DRAINAGE,WATER &WASTEWATER INDUSTRIES


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Iwill be able to lead the engineering teamto great successes and help join the dots to create valuable and unrivalled solutions.”


Working alongside Tonywill be Dave Holland. Dave joined theMabey Hire business 21 years ago as a Junior Engineer and thenworked his way up to Engineering Director.With digital engineering and itsmonitoring solutions a key area of growth forMabey Hire, a strategic decisionwasmade to appoint Dave as the company’s newMonitoring and Technical Director. Thiswill allowDave to followhis passion for engineering technology and innovation.With his exceptional experience, skills and a real appetite for all things digital, Mabey Hire believes that Davewill be able to spearhead the company’s success in these areas,while also looking for new opportunities to help the business grow.


Dave commented: “I haveworked across many different divisions ofMabey Hire and have enjoyed each and every role. However, my passion has always been around technology, so I have spent the last couple of years creating ourmonitoring department and solutions. Inmy newrole, I not only plan on developing ourmonitoring solutions


further, but I’ll be looking for newdigital technology opportunities thatwe can explore as a business.


“While digital construction has been around for awhile, over the next ten years,we are going to see a lot of newtechnological innovations emergingwithin industry. It’s going to be an exciting and very challenging time. Engineering and digital technology should not be looked at in isolation. Instead, they need to be considered together and it is only thenwhen you can break boundaries and develop innovative solutions – and that’s exactlywhat I plan on doing.”


MatthewWesthead joinedMabey Hire as a Graduate Engineer in 2003 and is awell- respectedmember of the team, due to his engineering passion and drive to succeed. Havingworked hisway up through the ranks over the last 17 years,Matthewwill bemoving fromhis current role as Head of Regional Engineering -West to Chief Engineer in January 2021. As Chief Engineer,Matthewwill become the reference point for all engineers across the businessworking on complex designs. Hewill alsowork directlywith customers on some ofMabey Hire’smost


challenging projects andwill be responsible for the professional development of the company’s engineers.


Matthewcommented: “I amreally looking forward to beingMabey Hire’s Chief Engineer, as Iwill nowbe in a position to support all of our engineers nationwide.


“Mabey Hire is a great company towork for and it has supportedme throughoutmy entire career. It has presentedmewith various opportunities to broadenmy skills and knowledge as an engineer,while supporting my professional development too. In fact, four years ago I became a Chartered Engineer, thanks to the company’s support. So,with this inmind, I amparticularly excited about helping our engineers progress their career withinMabey Hire, likemyself,whilst also assisting themwith their professional developmentwith the Institution of Civil Engineers.”


The appointment of Tony O’Donnell, alongside Dave Holland andMatthewWesthead’s new roleswill reinforceMabey Hire’s position in the market and help it growfromstrength to strength.


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