01 Apr 2020
With a growing population and an ageing asset base, it's essential for water companies to understand how their water distribution networks are performing, to enable proactive management and targeted investment. Hydraulic models are a key tool which water companies use to understand their systems and identify potential solutions.
Dr. Hossein Rezaei, specialist in clean water modelling, has joined our UK Services business, strengthening our expertise and to progress our existing clean water service offering. He will be responsible for growing our team of trusted experts in the Northwest region, whilst driving clean water modelling innovation.
Hossein has written and published several highly acclaimed water industry technical research papers and has extensive knowledge and experience in the delivery of network modelling, asset management, feasibility studies, data analytics, machine learning, and the design, development, and delivery of smart rainwater management systems. This research and experience will be key to the successful development and delivery of tailored, optimised solutions to our clients.
Commenting on his new role, Hossein said: "RPS has a great reputation within the UK water industry and I’m delighted to be appointed to the role of Technical Manager. Working with some of the best experts in the industry, and building on great expertise already delivering top quality projects, it is an exciting time to be part of RPS to help expanding our technical offerings to our clients”.
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