Fit for purpose infrastructure is essential to rural enterprises functioning in an efficient, effective and compliant manner both on farm, and throughout the supply chain.

Rex Corlett - Technical Principal Rural Infrastructure

Rex is a chartered professional engineer specialising in rural infrastructure, particularly in the development and management of water and civil projects. His civil engineering experience developed over his extensive career includes small dams, water storage, wetlands, concrete structures, farm effluent systems and irrigation, and the management of contracts to successfully deliver these.

Nick Adams - Irrigtaion Specialist

Nick has over 25 years' experience as an engineer mainly in the New Zealand irrigation industry in design construction, and operations. He has sound operational knowledge of farm systems, including horticultural and pastoral, as well as soils, machinery, drainage, water and irrigation of treated wastewater to land. Nick creates smart efficient solutions to complex irrigation network problems. 

Bertie Strickland - Rural Infrastructure Engineer

Bertie is an experienced civil engineer working in water supply, stormwater, wastewater and civil design projects, He also has experience with construction, contract management and quality assurance. Groing up on a sheep farm, Bertie has turned his focus to on-farm constructed wetlands, water storage and irrigation design projects in the Primary Industries team. 
Sam Christiansen

Sam Christiansen - Rural Services Technician

Sam has over 10 years' experience in the dairy processing industry, specifically environmental management, resource consenting and wastewater treatment plants. Sam manages and delivers the pond drop test programme and supports other projects within the Primary Industries team.