Chris is a Principal Consultant within the water and sanitation sector of IMC’s Engineering team, with a focus on programme management and institutional strengthening.
His past experience includes time spent as a consulting civil engineer and as a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)/shelter coordinator, predominantly in post-conflict humanitarian settings.
As a design engineer, his expertise includes flood management, external works design and analysis of drainage networks, with a focus on sustainable drainage systems (SuDS).
His humanitarian experience covers work in the WASH and shelter sectors in Kyrgyzstan, Côte d’Ivoire, Somalia, South Sudan and, most recently, in the Syrian refugee camps in Northern Greece.
Chartered Civil Engineer, Institute of Civil Engineers (CEng MICE)
MEng Civil and Architectural Engineering, University of Bath