Andrew Taylor, a Quantity Surveyor with Morrison Utility Services, the leading utility services provider in the UK, has been named as one of eight young water industry professionals to have been chosen for the Institute of Water (IoW) Rising Star Programme.
Developed in partnership with Utility Week, the IoW Rising Star Programme rewards young members who have demonstrated the potential and appetite to progress in the water industry. The initiative brings together a collection of unique opportunities, designed to develop the skills and experience of new talent in the water sector.
Andrew, who joined Morrison Utility Services as a graduate quantity surveyor in 2012 after completing a BSc Hons in Construction Commercial Management, commented: “I am delighted to have been chosen as one of the Institute of Water’s rising stars for 2015. I joined Morrison Utility Services two years ago and my continued progression within the organisation has provided me with excellent insight into the commercial aspects of water network repair and maintenance.
“The programme will enable me to broaden my experience, develop my professional skills and gain a wider view of the full end to end aspects of the industry – from customer service, right through to asset management and end delivery of water to customers’ taps. My thanks go to Morrison Utility Services for its support of my application.”
Speaking about the initiative Lynn Cooper, Chief Executive, Institute of Water, said: “This tailor made programme is just part of the ongoing work that the Institute of Water is undertaking to help to develop staff across the industry. This is a great opportunity for eight youngsters and I look forward to following their progress over the coming year.”
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