Are there any projects that have stuck out for you?
I’ve been on some very exciting visits so far this summer. Our hybrid construction site at Whitgift is looking fantastic, this week I met with our Contracts Manager Colin McBeth
& GrassMaster Solutions
Project Manager Dennis Pennings, I can’t wait to see the progression of growth over the next few weeks. I have also attended a handover of a new green open space country park development in Banbury as part of the Longford Park
development for a consortium of housing developers. Another that certainly sticks out is the commencement of earthworks and drainage for a sports complex in Hampshire
that we are constructing on the south coast for Eastleigh Borough Council.
How did you become an agronomist?
I began my career in agricultural research in both organic and integrated farming systems following the obtainment of Ph. D. in Agricultural Botany at the University of Reading. During my early career, I joined TGMS
who White Horse work with on various projects. I worked at TGMS as an agronomy consultant, working on various sports and agricultural projects.