Posted: Friday 14th November 2014

ACO Water Management has recently welcomed four new members to further enhance the design capabilities it offers to specifiers. These include Terry Wilkinson and Dr. Quentin Dawson, joining the Design Services Team, and Keith Oldham and Adam Cane as externally Application Design and Support. Each brings with them extensive experience that will enable them to provide customers with knowledge and guidance, assisting them with designs and changes to legislation.

Terry will be joining the Design Services Team as Drainage Design Engineer. Coming from a civil engineering background, Terry has vast experience in all aspects of highway design and maintenance from both a contracting and consultancy perspective. In his new role at ACO, Terry will be providing technical advice and support, as well as delivering designs and value engineering projects.

As a chartered engineer, with wide-ranging experience of integrated water resources management, Quentin has delivered numerous flood risk and surface water management projects for developers and land managers. In his capacity as Design Services Manager at ACO, Quentin will assist customers in achieving innovative and sustainable drainage and water management solutions that are both fit for purpose and compliant with relevant regulatory controls.

Keith and Adam will be taking on new, regionally based roles of Application Design and Support Manager and Engineer respectively, with Keith located in the North of the country and Adam in the South. Being field based, these new roles will involve face-to-face contact with specifiers, strengthening the design capability ACO can offer its customers.

Keith is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over thirty years experience in water related projects within the UK. He also has substantial experience in the management of teams and the supervision of civil engineering construction as well as working with contractors on design and construct schemes for infrastructure projects.

Adam Cane is a graduate engineer, who will be joining ACO as an Application Design and Support Engineer, based in the South. Having worked at a software company, Adam has worked with some of the country’s biggest engineering firms and has supported them through the transition over to Midas software. Previously, he was a Resident Engineer at Somerset County Council, where he worked on the emergency West Quay Wall Collapse in Bridgewater.

Commenting on the new appointments, Richard Hill, Managing Director at ACO Water Management, said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming four new members to our team, each offering valuable knowledge and ultimately helping to enhance ACO’s design capability even further.”

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