Project and Employment History (chronological order):

Date:
July 2013 – ongoing
Location:
Krusevac, Uzice & Vranje; Serbia
Employer:
H.P. Gauff Ingenieure GmbH & Co KG - JBG as Consultant
Position:
Chief Design Engineer
Description:

Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia - Programme III - Phase 2 - Wastewater
The 'Programme III - Phase 2 - Wastewater' involves the towns Krusevac, Uzice and Vranje and general scope of this phase is the design and construction of works. The projects in all three towns include the detailed designs of networks (45km) and collectors (35km) for transporting the wastewater to the WWTPs in each town, to be also constructed within the programme. Furthermore the rehabilitation of existing sewers and collectors (in total 13km) is included in the detailed design works, also to be tendered as FIDIC Red Book contracts.
The WWTP in Krusevac will have a design capacity of 90,000 P.E. with an activated sludge process, anaerobic sludge digestion and solar sludge drying facility, the WWTP in Uzice a of capacity 65,000 P.E. with a conventional activated sludge process and anaerobic sludge digestion, and the WWTP in Vranje a size of 70,000 P.E. proposed with activated sludge plant and anaerobic sludge digestion facility. For all three WWTPs individual conceptual designs have been prepared, which serve as part of the FIDIC Yellow Book Tender for the construction works of the WWTPs.
Responsible within Phase 2 for the detailed identification of final investment measures, the entire detailed design process and preparation of tender documents (FIDIC Red Book) for the networks, collectors, pumping stations and rehabilitation works as well as the conceptual designs for the WWTPs.
The investment budget in Programme III - Phase 2 for the three Municipalities is about 55 Mio€ and will be financed by the 'KfW and IPA-funds' and executed by the Ministry of Economics and Regional Development (MERD) of the Republic of Serbia.


Date:
September 2012 – April 2013
Location:
Aleksinac, Jagodina, Leskovac, Pirot, Trstenik & Vranje; Serbia
Employer:
SETEC Engineering GmbH – Co KG as Consultant
Position:
Chief Design Engineer
Description:

Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia - Programme II - Phase 2
The 'Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia - Programme II' is directed towards medium-sized municipalities (20,000 - 200,000 inhabitants) which shall be directly supported in their provision of communal water supply and wastewater to their inhabitants. The general objectives of the Programme II are to (i) to improve and modernize the technical operation of the WS and WW installations and (ii) to increase the operational efficiency and the financial sustainability of the Public Utilities in the above mentioned municipalities.
Programme II is divided in two phases: Phase 1: Feasibility Studies, preparatory engineering works and institutional management support as preparation for Phase 2 was finalised in autumn 2011. Phase 2: Design and Implementation of priority investments and further institutional management support. The Phase 2 includes a 15 months long design period, followed by the 21 months implementation period (construction period).
Responsible within Phase 2 for the entire design process and tender documents (FIDIC) preparation for the raw water collection & treatment facilities, drinking water distribution network rehabilitation & extensions as well as the wastewater pumping stations, management of international & national experts and sub-contractors involved in the design and tender preparation.
The investment budget in Programme II - Phase 2 for the six Municipalities is about 25 Mio€ and financed by KfW.


Date:
August 2012 – September 2012
Location:
Dobrich; Bulgaria
Employer:
European Investment Bank
Position:
Water Supply / NRW Reduction Expert
Description:

Integrated Water Project for Dobrich - Phase I; EuropeAid/124488/D/SV/BG to be co-financed by EIB
Short expert assignment to support the EIB Appraisal of the Integrated Water Project for Dobrich - Phase I
The Water Project Dobrich - Phase I had to be completed by end 2015 to avoid losing EC grant funding and involve 4 components,
a) Water supply - network investments to reduce physical leakage in transmission and distribution; b) Sewerage - network investments to reduce infiltration and improve coverage and performance, c) Wastewater treatment - a major upgrade to the existing WWTP and d) Technical Assistance - to support the PIU and delivery of the project. About 1/3 of the entire investment budget of 60 Mio€ were assigned to the component of water supply rehabilitation and upgrade.
General assignment objectives were to perform an assessment of existing water supply network operations and performance, including flow and pressure measurement; pipe bursts and repair records; network modelling, non-revenue water estimates, energy efficiency, operating cost; and the preparation of a rapid technical evaluation of the soundness of the leakage reduction programme and related works tender documents in order to identify any significant risks, and make pragmatic proposals to improve expected results within the various constraints (timing, EC and National procurement rules, ERDF grant eligibility rules).


Date:
December 2011 – April 2012
Location:
Krusevac, Uzice & Vranje; Serbia
Employer:
SETEC Engineering GmbH & Co KG as Consultant
Position:
Wastewater Expert
Description:

Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia - Programme III - Phase 1 - Wastewater
The 'Programme III - Phase 1 - Wastewater' is directed towards medium-sized municipalities (50,000 - 200,000 inhabitants) to support the provision of communal wastewater services. The overall objectives of the Programme III in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia are to contribute to (1) supporting EU-convergence of Serbia, (2) protecting the water resources and (3) improving the living conditions of the population in selected municipalities. The programme objectives are to secure hygienically safe disposal and treatment of waste water at cost covering and socially acceptable tariffs in the municipalities Krusevac, Uzice and Vranje.
The Programme III consists of Phase 1 which includes the support of utilities to fulfil the eligibility criteria for Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) and EC-IPA funding and Phase 2 the actual construction of collection and treatment facilities.
Responsible within Phase 1 for the preparation of Priority Investment Plans, advisory on technical issues for the later implementation stage, which will be Phase 2 (detailed design and construction phase) as well as advisory to MERD and participating Municipalities.
The investment budget and consultancy budget of Programme III - Phase 2 for the three Municipalities is about 60 Mio€ and will be financed by the 'KfW and IPA-funds' and executed by the Ministry of Economics and Regional Development (MERD) of the Republic of Serbia.


Date:
February 2012 – March 2012
Location:
Subotica; Serbia
Employer:
HYDRO INGENIEURE GmbH as Consultant
Position:
Wastewater Expert
Description:

Subotica Water Upgrade Project - Feasibility Study. After financing the Wastewater Treatment Plant for the Town of Subotica the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is considering an EUR 11 million loan for the Municipality of Subotica for the upgrade of existing and the extension of the water and wastewater networks.
The main components of Feasibility Study were the Baseline Study, Technical Assessment and Definition of Investment Project for the infrastructure in the entire municipal area and the Financial Analyses of public utility company.
Responsible for the preparation of above Feasibility Study components with regard to the sewerage and storm water collection infrastructure in the Subotica Municipality.


Date:
January 2011 – November 2011
Location:
Pirot, Trstenik & Vranje; Serbia
Employer:
SETEC Engineering GmbH & Co KG as Consultant
Position:
Water & Sanitation Expert and NRW Specialist
Description:

Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia - Programme II - Phase 1
The 'Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia - Programme II' is directed towards medium-sized municipalities (20,000 - 200,000 inhabitants) which shall be directly supported in their provision of communal water supply and wastewater disposal to their inhabitants. General objectives of the Programme II are to (i) to improve and modernize the technical operation of the WS and WW installations and (ii) to increase the operational efficiency and the financial sustainability of the Public Utilities in the above mentioned municipalities.
The Programme is divided in two phases: Phase 1: Preparatory engineering works and institutional management support as preparation for Phase 2 and Phase 2: Implementation of priority investments and further institutional management support. Responsible within Phase 1 for the Preparation of Feasibility Studies for Pirot, Trstenik and Vranje and to support the tasks related to NRW and wastewater issues in the projects towns. The investment budget in Phase 2 for the six Municipalities is about 25 Mio€.


Date:
June 2009 – November 2010
Location:
Herceg Novi, Kotor, Tivat and Bar; Montenegro
Employer:
Dahlem Consulting Engineers as Consultant
Position:
Team Leader
Description:

The general objectives of the “Consulting Services for Support to Vodacom in the Implementation of Phase III - Improvement of Wastewater Disposal in Coastal Tourist Areas – Stage 2 ” were the preparation of Detailed Designs and Tender Documents for the construction of water & wastewater systems Herceg Novi, Kotor, Tivat and Bar as well as the Conceptual Designs and Tender Documents for the waste water treatment plants in Herceg Novi and Bar. The tender documents for the main collectors and networks were prepared as FIDIC Red Book Contracts, and for the WWTPs as FIDIC Yellow Book Contracts - in total for an investment amount of about 70M Euro. The consulting services for the Stage 2 Project comprises about 180 man-months of international and local experts within the project period of eight month.
Stage 3 (Tendering and Construction ) of the Consulting Services for Support to Vodacom in the Implementation of Phase III started in Spring 2010 with the Pre-qualification of Companies for the individual Works Contracts and the Tendering for Kotor in Autumn 2010.
Responsible as Team leader for the project management, preparation of regular reports for and liaison with Vodacom, review of designs and all final deliverables.
The project is managed by Vodacom, the Montenegrin Project Executing Agency and financed by the Municipalities, the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau and the Government of Montenegro.


Date:
May 2009 – November 2010
Location:
Khujand; Tajikistan
Employer:
Corporate Solutions (CS) Ltd. - as Consultant
Position:
Operational Utility Expert
Description:

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) extended a loan to the Republic of Tajikistan to co-finance a program to improve the water supply services in the City of Khujand. The main objectives of the Phase I Project were to implement a Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme (FOPIP I) which was completed in early 2008. After evaluation of FOPIP I the Bank decided to continue with the support to the City with the ‘Khujand Water Supply Improvement Project Phase II ‘.
The Phase II assignment consists of three main components: (I) Corporate Development Programme for Khujand Water Company, (II) Stakeholder Participation Programme and (III) City Support Programme for the City of Khujand. Component (I) includes the Update of the FOPIP I; Assistance to the KWC to improve Financial and Operational Performance and to develop a Corporate Development Plan; Component (II) includes the assistance to KWC in Customer Awareness Campaigns, Identification of Information Needs, Creation of and support to Water User Committees (“WUCs”) and Provision of training to the KWC; Component (III) includes the support of KWC in the implementation phase of the FOPIP with focus on Debt Management, Financial Reporting, Capital Planning and Training regarding Non-Revenue Water Reduction and Energy Efficiency.
Contracted as Consultant by CS Ltd. for operational and technical issues of the Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme of the Phase II Project.


Date:
December 2008 – April 2009
Location:
Syrdarya and Bukhara Provinces; Uzbekistan
Employer:
World Bank - International Bank for Reconstruction & Development - as Consultant
Position:
Water Supply Expert
Description:

Assessment of water supply in situation in the districts Mekhnatoabad, Akaltyn, Sardoba, Khavast and Bayaut in the Syrdarya Province; Evaluation of Beneficiary’s Rehabilitation Proposal; Preparation of priority investments & development of medium-term strategy for proposed loan to the Uzbek Government of approximately 88 MUSD.
Technical analyses of water supply infrastructure in Alat and Karakul districts in the Bukhara Province; Evaluation of Beneficiary’s Rehabilitation and Extension Proposal; Preparation of a medium-term investment strategy for the loan discussions discussion between the World Bank and the Government of Uzbekistan.
Consultancy contract with the World Bank to assist the Beneficiary in the phase of project identification and development of RfP and ToR.


Date:
May 2008 – November 2008
Location:
Kutaisi and Poti; Georgia
Employer:
Emerging Markets Group (EMG) Ltd. as Consultant
Position:
Water Supply Management Expert - Non-Revenue Water Reduction & Operations
Description:

EMG provides technical assistance services in support of the EBRD investment projects financing key improvements of the water supply in Kutaisi and Poti. The objective is to renew the water and wastewater infrastructure, and restore a reliable water supply to the population. Two main goals of the EMG’s assignment are 1) to assist the municipal water companies in the pursuit of financial & operational recovery and sustainability and 2) to engage the municipal local governments in Kutaisi and Poti, to create appropriate management and operational environment such that the utilities can function as quasi-commercial entities.
Contracted as Consultant by EMG within the Operational Performance Improvement Programme for training of the utilities with regard to Non-Revenue Water Reduction and water resource utilization.
The project is financed by the EBRD respectively the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia.


Date:
March 2008 – October 2008
Location:
Benkovac, Delnice, Lepoglava, Osijek, Otocac, Pakrac and Slatina; Croatia
Employer:
EPRD Ltd. – GIE Ltd. EC Framework Contractor as Consultant
Position:
Water Supply & Sanitation Expert
Description:

The global project objective is to assist the EC Delegation in Croatia in monitoring of grant contracts, especially with regards to the technical aspect of implementation of work contracts of projects, with the view to ensure quality in current and future monitoring. Whereas the specific objectives are to verify regularity of secondary procurements performed by grant beneficiaries for works and will identify best monitoring practices to be applied to a similar scheme within IPA Regional Competitiveness programme 2007-09.
Contracted as Consultant by GIE Ltd. as monitor for the water supply and sanitation components of the grant programme of the above mentioned beneficiary towns.
The monitoring project is financed by the Delegation of the European Commission to the Republic of Croatia.


Date:
January 2008 – June 2009
Location:
Alba, Valcea & Satu Mare County, Jiu Valley (Hunedoara County); Romania
Employer:
ILF Consulting Engineers ZT GmbH as Consultant as Consultant
Position:
Water Supply Expert - Non-Revenue Water Reduction & Operations (part-time)
Description:

The 2-years technical assistance project requires the preparation of minimum 5 project applications for investments in the field of municipal water and wastewater ready to be approved for the EU – Structural and Cohesion Fund financing. The applications refer to the counties of Alba, Valcea, Satu Mare, Hunedoara (Valea Jiului) and Timis and include the following supporting documents - Master Plans, Feasibility Studies, Financial and Cost-Benefit Analyses, Institutional Analyses and Environmental Impact Assessments.
Contracted as Consultant by ILF for the Preparation of the Master Plans of the Alba, Valcea & Satu Mare County and Valea Jiului in the Hunedoara County.
The project is financed from EU – Structural and Cohesion Fund.


Date:
Feb. & May 2007
Location:
Eskisehir; Turkey
Employer:
SETEC Engineering as Consultant
Position:
Non-Revenue Water Reduction Trainer / Specialist
Description:

Training of the Water & Sewerage Company of Eskisehir in all aspects of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction Activities within the ‘Consultany Services for Non-Revenue Water Reduction and Operational Capacity Strengthening Project’. The main tasks of the project are the design and implementation of (i) sub-zoning, (ii) set-up of flow and pressure monitoring facilities (DMA-approach) and (iii) selective pipe replacement programme in the existing water supply network.
The project is financed by the European Investment Bank and Nordic Investment Bank.


Date:
April 2007 – June 2007
Location:
Maputo; Mozambique
Employer:
CDM Consulting as Consultant
Position:
Non-Revenue Water Reduction / Water Supply Expert
Description:

The mission objectives were to provide expertise to the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s (MCC’s) Due Diligence on the technical, environmental, economic and institutional aspects of the ‘Water and Road Sector Investment Proposal’ of the Government of Mozambique.
Responsible within the interdisciplinary team of engineering and financial/economic experts for the evaluation of the proposed NRW-reduction strategy for about 10 project towns in the Northern part of Mozambique. Programme evaluation with regard to Non-Revenue Water Reduction was based on IWA’s Key Operational Performance Indicators System.
CDM were contracted by the MCC and the Due Diligence has been financed by Millennium Challenge Account-Mozambique (MCA-MZ).


Date:
May 2005 – March 2007
Location:
Riga; Latvia
Employer:
Hyder Consulting as Consultant
Position:
Water Supply Expert
Description:
The Consortium Hyder Consulting / Barry International / LaKalme / Firma L4 have been awarded by the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Latvia with the "Deployment of Water Services for Riga - Phase III" Project. The main objectives are (i) Preparation of Hydraulic Network Model; (ii) Preparation of Tender Dossier according FIDIC Red Book for Work Contracts on Valves and Mains Replacement Proramme in the existing water supply system and Extension in the areas Sampetris, Darzciems, Marupe, Bolderaja & Katlakalns; (iii) Preparation of Technical Dossier for Supervision of above Work Contracts; (iv) Supervision of CCTV inspection of Sewer system and (v) Preparation of Tender Dossier for Work Contracts on Sewer Rehabilitation in Hanzas, Kalnciena and Centre. Responsible for the implementation of project components concerning water supply (i, ii & iii).
The design contract of the Consortium amounted to 8.6 m€ and financed from EC – Cohesion Fund for intended investments amount of 90 m€, for which detailed designs and tenders documents were be prepared.

Date:
July 2006
Location:
Dushanbe; Tajikistan
Employer:
Liemberger and Partners as Consultant
Position:
Technical Auditor of Programme Implementation - Final Audit
Description:
Like for the Basline and First Year Management Audit, Liemberger & Partners were contracted for the Second and Third Year Audit of Performance of the German Operator (MVV and Hydroplan) of the Dushanbe Water Supply Project. The audit team consisted of a group of Austrian and Russian technical and financial specialists. The particular assignment in the audit covered the technical evaluation of the Operator’s Performance for the Second and Third Year Management Letter and Final Incentive Compensation.
The project was managed by the PCU of the project and financed from a World Bank loan.

Date:
February 2005 - March 2005
Location:
Dushanbe; Tajikistan
Employer:
Liemberger & Partners as Consultant
Position:
Technical Auditor of Programme Implementation
Description:
End of 2004 Liemberger & Partners were awarded with the Audit of Performance of the German Operator (MVV and Hydroplan) of the Dushanbe Water Supply Project. The audit team consists of a group of Austrian, Finnish and Russian technical and financial specialists. The particular assignment in the audit covered the technical evaluation of the Operator's Performance for the Base Year Data Report and First Year Management Letter. The project is managed by the PCU of the project and financed from World Bank loan.

Date:
September 2004 – April 2005
Location:
Eskisehir; Turkey
Employer:
SETEC Engineering as Consultant
Position:
Project Manager & NRW Specialist
Description:
The project objectives were the (i) Analysis of water utility; (ii) Development of a Non-Revenue Reduction (NRW) Reduction and Leakage Management Strategy; (iii) Establishment of Hydraulic Model and (iv) Concept development for a Management Information System for the utility. The project is financed by the European Investment Bank and Nordic Investment Bank.

Date:
November 2003 – September 2004
Location:
Cazin, Gracanica, Lukavac, Orasje, Posusje, Stolac & Vitez; Bosnia and Herzegowina
Employer:
World Bank – International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Position:
Water Utility Analyst
Description:
Assessment of water utilities, proposal of high priority investments and medium term strategy for the proposed ‘Urban Infrastructure and Service Delivery Project’ by the World Bank.

Date:
Since November 2003
Location:
Vienna; Austria
Employer:
Self-employed, AS – Technisches Buero fuer Kulturtechnik & Wasserwirtschaft
Position:
Water Supply & Sanitation Specialist
Description:
Water utility analyses, Consulting services for International Funding Agencies and Companies working the Water and Sanitation Sector, Preparation of Tender and Proposal Documents, Supervision and Monitoring of Project Implementation.

Date:
August 2003 – October 2003
Location:
New Delhi / Delhi; India
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
NRW Expert
Description:
Development of a strategy plan for conversion of intermittent water supply from view hours daily to continuous supply in the districts Rohini, Trilokpuri and Transyamuna. Strategy and cost estimation for the demonstration zones, solely responsible for development of an IWA Water balance and strategy for conversion to continuous supply by considering institutional, technical and NRW aspects. Funded by the Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia (World Bank / UNDP).

Date:
May 2003
Location:
Guwahati, State of Assam; India
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager & NRW Expert
Description:
Strategy Development for conversion of current intermittent supply of three hours per day to continuous water supply (24/7) for Guwahati urban areas. Technical feasibility, strategy and cost estimation for a demonstration zone, solely responsible for development of IWA Water balance and strategy for conversion to continuous supply by taking into account institutional, technical and Service of Level (SoL) aspects. Funded by the Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia World Bank / UNDP).

Date:
March 2003
Location:
Gulburga, Belgaum, Hubli-Dharward, State of Karnataka; India
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
NRW Expert
Description:
‘Karnataka Urban Water & Sanitation Sector Improvement Project’ - Identification and strategy for a demonstration zone for conversion of current intermittent supply to continuous water supply (24/7) in all the cities. Responsible for project preparation and inception mission. Financed by the Government of Karnataka, under World Bank Water & Sanitation Sector Preparation Funding Line.

Date:
February 2003 – June 2003
Location:
Kalutara to Galle Costal Strip; Sri Lanka
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
NRW Expert
Description:
‘Baseline Review of current Levels of Service and Water Distribution Network Performance’ within the framework of the National Policy on Private Sector Participation. Customisation of BABE models taking into account network & house connection; Preparation of a Water Balance according to IWA and Development of 15 year forecasts of different scenarios based on identified PSP models. Funded by the Private Sector Infrastructure Development Co., Ltd., acting on behalf of the Ministry of Housing & Plantation Infrastructure of the Republic of Sri Lanka.

Date:
July 2002 – October 2003
Location:
Kosovo; Yugoslavia
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Ltd.
Position:
Project Director and NRW Expert
Description:
‘Institutional Development of Water Utilities Kosovo – Central and Northern Areas’. Overall project objective is the managerial and economic development in twelve utilities to provide sustainable provision of water and waste water services. The ‘Technical Development Project’ consultancy budget was 2.4 m€ and funded by the European Agency for Reconstruction.

Date:
July 2002 – October 2003
Location:
Klagenfurt/Vienna; Austria
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Company Director Appointment – Responsible for Consulting Department & Development
Description:
Consulting Department Management, Business Development and Acquisition of Consultancies and ‘Non-Revenue Water Reduction Projects’ in the Water Supply Sector

Date:
June 2002 – January 2003
Location:
Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
Hydraulic Model, Design of a Zoning Plan, Active Leakage Control Policy and Investment Program for the Water Distribution Network for the Mostar Water and Sanitation Utility.

Date:
May 2002 – November 2002
Location:
Cahul, Criuleni, Orhei & Soroca; Moldova
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
‘Water Consumption, Distribution Network, Leakage Management, Production Assessment and Investment Analysis” project covering four cities in Moldova, financed by IBRD loan.

Date:
February 2002 – June 2002
Location:
Samarkand & Bukhara; Uzbekistan
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
‘Consulting Services for Site Surveys and Testing of Equipment and Elaboration of Energy Efficiency Evaluation Methodology, Improvement and Specific Investment Strategies for the Bukhara and Samarkand Water Utilities’ for the World Bank - Infrastructure Unit Europe and Central Asia Region.

Date:
September 2001 – November 2001
Location:
Belgrade; Yugoslavia
Employer:
Gauff Ingenieure GmbH & Co. KG (Consortium Leader)
Position:
Non-Revenue Water Specialist
Description:
Establishment of Bursts and Background Estimates (BABE) Model as well as Annual Water Balance for the City of Belgrade within ‘Rehabilitation of Urban Water Supplies and Sanitation in Novi Sad; Niš and Belgrade’ Project funded by Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW).

Date:
May 2001 – October 2002
Location:
Karaganda, Temirtau & Kokshetau; Kazakhstan
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
This project is the main preparatory component of the ‘Northeast Kazakhstan Water Supply and Sanitation Project’, covers the cities Karaganda, Temirtau and Kokshetau and is financed by a PHRD Grant.

Date:
January 2001
Location:
Jounieh; Lebanon
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
‘Kesourane Water Supply Assessment – System Ftouh’ financed by Dogmoch Group
Responsible for demand, consumption and distribution network analyses; The Non-Revenue Water Assessment serves as a basis for an envisaged water loss reduction programme by the Dogmoch Group.

Date:
June 2000 – October 2003
Location:
Klagenfurt/Vienna; Austria
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Regional Manager for Central & Eastern European Countries and Former Soviet Union
Description:
Business Development respectively Acquisition and Implementation of Consultancies in the Water Utility Sector in CEEC and FSU for the Bristol Water Group.

Date:
November 1999 – May 2000
Location:
Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
‘Mostar Water and Sanitation Project’ financed through a PHRD Grant;
Responsible for the project components ‘Demand, Consumption and Water Supply Network Analyses’. The project serves as a basis for the merging of the Eastern and Western Utility Company for a jointly managed and operated Water Utility Company in Mostar.

Date:
October – December 1999
Location:
Dushanbe; Tajikistan
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Austria GmbH
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
‘Proposed Dushanbe Water Supply and Waste Water Project’ financed by the Austrian Trust Fund / World Bank;
Responsible for the project component ‘Demand, Consumption and Water Supply Network Analyses’ within the preparatory work for the management contract.

Date:
August – September 1999
Location:
Dubrovnik; Croatia
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Ltd. (Former BWCS Ltd.)
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
Feasibility Study on the Rehabilitation and Upgrading of the Waters Supply Distribution Network Dubrovnik, financed by Senter – The Hague Agency of Ministry of the Netherlands.
Responsible for the technical component with regard to Consumption, Demand and Water Supply Network System under the envisaged the BOT Project.

Date:
July 1999
Location:
Samarkand & Bukhara; Uzbekistan
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Ltd. (Former BWCS Ltd.)
Position:
NRW Reduction Expert
Description:
NRW Reduction Expert in the World Bank (PHRD financed) projects in Samarkand and Bukhara. Responsible for data collection, assessment and evaluation of the “Demand, Consumption and Water Supply Network Analysis”.

Date:
May 1999 – May 2000
Location:
Bristol; United Kingdom
Employer:
Bristol Water Services Ltd. (Former Bristol Water Consultancy Services Ltd.)
Position:
Project Manager
Description:
Studies in the field of water supply network analysis with special focus on water losses in the distribution network as well as in houses and apartment blocks, applying the Bursts and Background Estimates (BABE) concept to model and quantify the aforementioned losses in the supply system.

Date:
September 1998 – February 1999
Location:
Pristina, Kosovo; Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Employer:
International Management Group (IMG) – ECHO
Position:
Deputy Head of IMG Field Office Pristina
Description:
Technical Support Unit to the European Commission Humanitarian Office (ECHO), Main responsibilities:
- Evaluation and appraisal of project proposals submitted for funding
- Supervision of program implementation
- Financial monitoring
of the Emergency Shelter and Water & Sanitation Program funded by ECHO and other International Agencies.

Date:
March 1996 – August 1998
Location:
Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Employer:
International Management Group (IMG) – Water, Sanitation & Solid Waste Unit
Position:
Water & Sanitation Engineer
Description:
The main objectives of IMG were the assistance to the Steering Committee Member ountries, European Commission, World Bank, and USAID in the phase of project identification, project preparation, programming and coordination between the donors and the support of the Office of the High Representative. Main duties:
- Assessment and prioritization of needs in relation to water, sanitation & solid waste
- Institutional Strengthening Program related to Water & Sanitation in the Republika Srpska
- Adviser to the Water Authorities in BiH and Coordination with ECHO
- Project Manager for implementation and supervision of water rehabilitation projects financed by bilateral donors (e.g. Austria, Spain, Finland, Italy)

Date:
January 1995 – February 1996
Location:
Vienna; Austria
Employer:
Zivilingenieur Büro BR. D.I. Helmut Werner; Consulting Company
Position:
Design Engineer
Description:
Elaboration of feasibility studies and design of water and sanitation systems and flood protection plans, Consulting of Municipal Authorities in the Province Lower Austria

Date:
October 1994 – November 1994
Location:
Vienna; Austria
Employer:
ÖKOTEC, Büro für Umweltechnik, Wasser-& Abfallwirtschaft; Consulting Company
Position:
Design Engineer
Description:
Design for sewage system rehabilitation and design for extension/safeguarding of building rubble disposal site in two Municipalities in the Province Burgenland

Date:
August 1993 – September 1993
Location:
Vienna; Austria
Employer:
ÖKOTEC, Büro für Umweltechnik, Wasser-& Abfallwirtschaft; Consulting Company
Position:
Design Engineer
Description:
Design of sewerage systems; Assessment of municipal solid waste collection systems, Consulting of Municipal Authorities in the Province Burgenland

Date:
July 1992 – September 1992
Location:
Vienna; Austria
Employer:
ÖKOTEC, Büro für Umweltechnik, Wasser-& Abfallwirtschaft; Consulting Company
Position:
Design Engineer
Description:
Design of solid waste disposals sites, temporary landfills for construction rubble and analyses of existing sewerage collection systems in the Provinces Burgenland and Lower Austria

Date:
From July 1991 – August 1991
Location:
Oberwart; Austria
Employer:
Sterlinger & Co Bauges.m.b.H.; Construction company
Position:
Project site manager
Description:
Construction of a Federal Road B56 in the Province Burgenland

Date:
1980 – 1989 (Summer months)
Location:
Vienna; Austria
Employer:
G. Hinteregger & Söhne, Bauges.m.b.H.; Construction Company
Position:
Project manager, Survey engineer & Cost controller
Description:
Implementation of projects in the fields of solid waste (construction of landfills) and waste water, industrial and transport facilities (Highways and Underground) in the Eastern Region of Austria.

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