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Commissioning Engineer - Niall

Commissioning engineer

What is your role at Stormsaver?  I am a commissioning engineer at Stormsaver. I carry out regular servicing of rainwater harvesting systems, making sure the systems are running efficiently, I also retrofit and upgrade rainwater harvesting systems and any other maintenance needed. I am also responsible for commissioning our systems and liaising with clients to help with installations and any other enquires. 

How long have you been with the team?  I have been with Stormsaver since 2018. I started out as a maintenance engineer but soon progressed to carry out the commissionings.

What is the part of your job that you enjoy the most?   I enjoy problem-solving on sites where the client perhaps needs extra help to get things up and running. I also like installing and retrofitting  systems for clients who have either upgraded their existing system

What is your favourite water saving tip?  Poo twice ....flush once!!! ðŸ’©

What is it about rainwater harvesting that excites you?  Saving money!

Thought for the day?  I don’t mean to brag but I put a puzzle together in one day... and the box said 2-3 years.

 

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“What an absolute credit to our team your engineer was. I was most impressed with the way he worked and couldn’t have asked for a better or more helpful commissioning engineer. I will certainly be recommending Stormsaver to my colleagues” 

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