Aidan Hackett joins Stantec’s growing business in Ireland

Stantec has appointed Aidan Hackett as Business Operations Lead with responsibility for frameworks across its water business in Ireland.

Aidan has over 20 years’ experience in the water sector across Ireland and the UK which encompasses providing technical, managerial and contractual leadership in the delivery of multidisciplinary schemes and design and asset management projects.

In his previous role, Aidan was responsible for heading up multiple regional teams delivering hydraulic modelling services, affording design and asset management expertise to various clients across the UK & Ireland.

On his appointment, Aidan said: “I’m looking forward to working collaboratively with clients and their suppliers; building on existing relationships, driving innovation and excellence in delivery of their desired outcomes.”

Mark Carlisle, Ireland Operations Director for the UK & Ireland Water business commented: “Aidan is a very welcome addition to our rapidly expanding thriving Stantec team in Ireland. His knowledge and experience of the region will help us grow our relationships and generate still further opportunities to deliver cost-effective sustainable solutions for all our clients.”

Aidan will be the water frameworks lead responsible for generating new business whilst ensuring the operational delivery of design and asset management services for Stantec’s water business in Ireland.



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