Vaughan Pearce, a design engineer with 20 years of experience, joins MWH’s Sydney office as manager of its water planning and design team. He comes to MWH from an Australian agribusiness company, where his most recent role involved leading an engineering design team of 14 with a focus on project delivery from design through construction management. Prior to this, Mr. Pearce was responsible for design and project management of water supply systems throughout Australia. In his new role, Mr. Pearce will be responsible for the management of the planning, design and ongoing asset management of wet infrastructure such as pump stations, rising mains and sewer systems.

Robyn Elphinstone
, an environmental scientist with 25 years of experience, joins MWH’s Sydney office as Technical Principal. She comes to MWH from a government directorship and previously spent more than 15 years at an environmental consultancy, where she was responsible for conducting and managing environmental impact assessments and environmental management plans. In her new role, she is responsible for developing environmental business strategies and providing technical leadership to the environmental team.

Hayden Pauley, a business development manager with 20 years of experience, joins MWH’s Sydney office as New South Wales Proposals Manager. He comes to MWH from a private water infrastructure operator, where he served as business development manager responsible for tenders in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. Mr. Pauley’s extensive experience spans business development and program management within the water and IT industries. In his new role, he is responsible for overseeing the tendering process, including large pursuit preparation and information management.

Guillaume Dussuyer, a business consultant with more than 11 years in operations and consulting, joins MWH’s Melbourne office as a senior business consultant. Guillaume has extensive operations, project management and consulting experience, having worked in the water, mining and gas industry. In his new role, Guillaume will be responsible for delivering high-end asset and risk management solutions to clients, whilst supporting the development of broader risk skills in the business.

MWH is a Colorado based private company with around 7000 employees, providing services to industrial and government clients in the water, wastewater, energy, natural resource, program management, consulting and construction fields.