Neville Pearce has been appointed to the role of Western Water General Manager of Infrastructure and Water Resources.
In the new role, Mr Pearce will bring his 30 years of water industry experience to oversee the planning, procurement, delivery and operationalisation of all water supply and sewerage infrastructure systems for one of Victoria’s fastest growing regions.
Upon his appointment, Mr Pearce said he is looking forward to working with the Western Water team and helping “support the organisation expand its business and operations under a transformation strategy, involving strategic partnerships that delivers a lasting impact on the customers it services.”
Western Water operates a 10 year capital works program of approximately $1 billion that aims to address climate adaption and maintain affordable customer prices.
Mr Pearce said this presents a range of challenges to the company that, along with the leadership team, he aims to guide the company through.
“With my extensive experience, capability and understanding, I welcome the opportunity to help and assist the team at Western Water.”
Western Water provides water services to a population of 172,500 over a 3,000 m2 area west of Melbourne.
For more information visit the Western Water website.
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