A technical director working out of Southampton in the UK, Malcolm is an expert on all things groundwater. He’s known for his extensive knowledge in the investigation and development of groundwater supplies, often in remote locations, and the investigation and remediation of contaminated groundwater from industrial and metal facilities.
Currently, Malcolm is working on a water supply project for a potash mine in Ethiopia that is literally located at the hottest place on earth. In this extreme environment, he feels he can truly thrive in his work, as the remote and hostile conditions constantly challenge him to innovate in order to identify solutions, and where success will ultimately create some of the first jobs in the region, transforming lives positively in the process.
Malcolm is passionate about exploring the untouched areas of wilderness left in the world, and these are hard to find on the small island of Great Britain with its population of 65M. He enjoys living on the Solent in Hampshire and visiting the Dorset Coast, a world heritage site. Not only does this area boast the best dinosaurs in Europe, he feels the spectacular scenery and harbors of the West Country region can’t be beat.