As the Water Hygiene Centre continues to grow, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Roy Sullivan as Senior Consultant. Roy will be working with existing clients in the South of England in the capacity of Authorising Engineer (Water).
Managing Director, Daniel Pitcher said “We are very lucky to have secured Roy as a member of the team! Roy’s experience with compliance is most definitively another string to the bow for our collective AE[W] hive mind within the business”.
Roy joins us from Skanska, based at The Royal London and Papworth Hospitals – Bart Health NHS Trust where he was in post as their Senior & Engineering Compliance Manager, providing senior line management support and overseeing a team of systems managers.
Roy has extensive experience in legal and statutory standards, along with clinical guidelines, corporate governance and industry best practice across many disciplines, including Fire, Water, Medical and Natural Gas, Ventilation, Boiler and Pressure systems and power systems. Roy was also responsible for undertaking technical and incident investigations and managing and providing their Authorising Engineer process & structure.
With over 15 years’ experience in the Water Treatment/Hygiene industry, Roy has worked for some major water hygiene companies within the Industry and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise of water systems and waterborne pathogens.
“I am delighted to be joining what I perceive to be the leading Consultancy company within the industry in the UK. It was a big step for me after 7 years with my previous company, but the Water Hygiene Centre offered me a great opportunity to progress into consultancy and a role as Senior Consultant / Authorising Engineer (Water) which is what I have been striving to achieve. I have been made very welcome by the team and look forward to working with you all” Roy Sullivan.
Please join us in extending a heartfelt welcome to Roy as he begins his journey with the Water Hygiene Centre.
Editors Note: The information provided in this blog is correct at date of original publication – February 2022.
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