Tim joined the Land & Water team just over one year ago and has taken on the responsibility of managing the design and site delivery of schemes and commercial projects. He has constant access to varied scopes of works from those that are technically challenging to projects that require multi skilled engineering.

No day is ever the same which is what Tim loves. The last couple of projects he has worked on have been completely different, from a weir removal project in the heart of Birmingham for a major infrastructure scheme to a prestigious lake regeneration and dredge in London. Tim has also recently been part of the re-construction of a road bridge which strengthened his skills in overseeing complex situations such as managing river flow alongside a range of utilities running through the structure of the bridge.

Tim chose a project management role at Land & Water for a number of reasons. Firstly, he liked how ambitious the company was and the direction it was heading in. Land & Water is proud to be leading the way in the civil engineering and construction sector when it comes to safeguarding the planet. We have an internal goal of becoming carbon net zero by 2030 and we are proud to be implementing a range of sustainable solutions that allow us to grow and thrive as a responsible and environmentally conscious business.

He also said, “Compared to other businesses within our industry, Land & Water are real custodians of the environment. Construction and the environment don’t always go hand in hand but by advocating for change, we are ensuring that we are at the forefront.

“There is also great flexibility within my role which is not something you may benefit from in other companies. I can manage my own diary and be involved in a number of different schemes.”

Tim recently undertook works at The Hurlingham Club in Fulham which is a private members club dating back to 1869, also known as being the birthplace of polo. The project involved carrying out intrusive and non-intrusive surveys to address the water loss through the bed of its 6,000m2 ornamental lake and then laying a new bentonite clay liner. All silt removed from site was re-used ensuring that waste from the project was minimised as part of our environmental commitment.

We are currently hiring for a Project Manager to be based out of our Midlands office. Read more about the role here: www.land-water.co.uk/careers/

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