Galliford Try appoints Russell Palmer as General Manager

Galliford Try’s Environment division has appointed Russell Palmer as General Manager within its Water Technologies operation, enabling the business to meet growing demand for its specialised services within the asset optimisation market.

Russell has over 13 years’ experience in the industry, having previously worked for the Nomenca and nmcn legacy businesses, and will oversee the Systems Integration function for Lintott Control Systems across its growing footprint.

David Owen, Managing Director for Water Technologies at Galliford Try, said:

“Russell’s promotion represents a further strengthening of the Water Technologies management team, with local Systems Integration teams in Exeter, Coventry, and Norwich now reporting directly to him. This appointment will enable Water Technologies to further expand its business offerings and I wish Russell the best of luck as he takes on this new challenge.”



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