South Staffs Water appoint Asset Management and Investment Delivery Director

South Staffs Water has announced the appointment of Tom Fewster as Asset Management and Investment Delivery Director.

Tom has experience in managing major projects and programmes in the water sector, as well as in the renewable energy and environmental sectors.

Early in his career he was a project manager for capital projects at the Environment Agency , before working in renewable energy sector initially for United Utilities and then at RES Group. At RES Group Tom managed project programmes in wind, solar and utility scale battery storage. For the last six years Tom has been a capital programme manager at United Utilities for major capital projects primarily in the waste water function.

Andy Willicott, Managing Director said: “I’m delighted that Tom is joining us. It’s an exciting time for us as we plan our ambitious new investment programme, and continue to deliver our existing plans.

Tom’s experience will be hugely beneficial, as we are committed to playing our part in Water UK’s road to net zero in everything we do.”

 

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