Water Journal : Water Journal February 2013
22 Industry News Xylem Water Systems Appoints General Manager John Weaver has been appointed General Manager for Australia and New Zealand of the Applied Water Systems Division of international water business Xylem Water Systems Australia Pty Ltd. He is based at the company's headquarters in Mentone Victoria. John has had almost 30 years of experience in senior marketing and management roles, with the last 15 years engaged with leading Australian water businesses. "Xylem Asia Paci c has an already strong distributor network in the water technology sector throughout the Asia Paci c region that already provides an exceptionally strong base on which to grow our business," says John. "I look forward to renewing contact with the many people in the water products sector that I have met and dealt with in my career in the industry." Xylem Inc is a NYSE listed global water technology provider which does business in more than 100 countries around the globe. New Regional Director of MWH Global Global engineering and consulting rm MWH Global has appointed Mark Bruzzone as Australia regional director of government and infrastructure. Mark 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 Sydney Water Corporation, which provides drinking water, wastewater and stormwater services to Sydney, Illawarra and the Blue Mountains. In his new role, Mark is responsible for guiding the strategy and management of the rm's urban water, water resources, transportation, and sustainability and environment businesses in Australia. "The Australian water sector is transitioning from a period of capital investment in new infrastructure to looking at how it can optimise its assets to get the most out of them in the future," said Steve Nye, Asia Paci c 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 extends his water engineering and management expertise to provide oversight to our rapidly growing water resources, transportation and sustainability and environment offerings." Tenix Announces New Infrastructure Division Lead Tenix is pleased to announce the appointment of Trevor Cohen as Executive General Manager of its Infrastructure Division. Trevor will continue to grow and develop Tenix's infrastructure business, building on the recent success in retaining its power and gas network business in Victoria, as well as winning a number of wastewater treatment plant projects across Queensland. Trevor's previous roles include Chief Operating Of cer of UGL and Executive General Manager of UGL Infrastructure's Transport and Communications business as well as senior roles with Trans eld Services, Kilpatrick Green and Westinghouse. "Trevor's depth of experience in managing portfolios of infrastructure projects and successfully growing businesses will be valuable in further establishing the Infrastructure Division's position in Eastern Australia," says Ross Taylor, Tenix's Chief Executive Of cer. Delivering innovative water, wastewater and reuse solutions.
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