• 13 February 2017

Waterman welcomes Liam Hearne as new Associate Director

We are delighted to welcome Liam Hearne as our new Associate Director to our Structures team in Sydney.

Liam is a Chartered Engineer with 18 years’ experience of working on Civil & Structural Projects and brings to the Group a vast knowledge of structural and civil design for various building types.

He joins us from Opus International Consultants in Western Australia where he was responsible for the Property Group. Prior to that, Liam was at Garland Consulting Engineers as Regional Director in their office in Waterford, Ireland.

Ben North, Managing Director of Waterman Sydney, commented; “We are delighted to welcome Liam to our team. In addition to his technical skills, Liam’s marketing and commercial experience will enhance the presence of Waterman Group’s structural capability in Australia.”

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