Yarra Valley Water’s David Fox joins Trenchless Live
Tue, 21 August 2012
At Trenchless Live, taking place from 23-24 October 2012 in Melbourne, David Fox from Yarra Valley Water will be presenting on the water authority’s $A2.7 million project to replace a 100 year old sewer siphon that crosses underneath the Yarra River in Abbotsford.
Mr Fox is currently working for Yarra Valley Water as a Superintendent’s Representative on sewer construction jobs.
Mr Fox is an engineer with over six years of experience in the water industry. He has worked for Yarra Valley Water, irrigation alliance Futureflow and design consultancy Sinclair Knight Merz.
Mr Fox has experience in water, sewer, irrigation and drainage projects. He has managed projects as a client and as a consultant and has project delivery experience from the conceptual to the detailed design phase through to construction and commissioning.
David has Bachelor of Environmental Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne.
Don’t miss Mr Fox’s presentation, a part of the Tunnelling and Mapping Toolbox Session, taking place on Wednesday 24 October from 1 pm.
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Image caption: David Fox, Superintendent’s Representative at Yarra Valley Water.