Mark Bruzzone appointed Australia regional director of MWH Global
Global engineering and consulting firm MWH Global has announced the appointment of Mark Bruzzone as Australia regional director of government and infrastructure.
Bruzzone’s strong background in engineering and his appointment as regional director confirms the commitment of the business to continuing in its position as the wet infrastructure leader around the world.
“The Australian water sector is transitioning from a period of capital investment in new infrastructure to now look at how it can optimise its assets to get the most out of them in the future,” said Steve Nye, Asia Pacific president of government and infrastructure for MWH. “Mark’s strength, in part, is his keen understanding of the pressures facing our clients, and his ability to apply this knowledge to shape our business to continually meet our clients’ needs.
“Additionally, Mark smoothly extends his water engineering and management expertise to provide oversight to our rapidly growing water resources, transportation and sustainability and environment offerings.”
In his new role, Bruzzone is responsible for guiding the strategy and management of the firm’s urban water, water resources, transportation, and sustainability and environment businesses in Australia.
Bruzzone joined MWH in 2001 as a principal process engineer and subsequently served as engineering group manager before transitioning into business development and strategy roles. He previously worked for Australia’s largest water utility, Sydney Water Corporation, which provides drinking water, wastewater and stormwater services to Sydney, Illawarra and the Blue Mountains.
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