With an exemplary track record as an optimiser, solutions finder and troubleshooter, Michael engages in all aspects of chemical and process engineering. He listens to clients to establish key briefing parameters, and works with other team members to design technical process solutions, backed up with excellent technical service support.
Michael draws on a wealth of process and project engineering experience gained in the pulp and paper, chemical, dairy, and water and wastewater treatment industries. Highlights include commissioning work for a state-of-the-art nitrocellulose plant, technical process improvement in power/chemical recovery for Australian Paper, project proposals for a butter fractionation plant, and optimising run times in pulp and paper and dairy evaporators.
Michael seeks to exceed stakeholder expectations in every projects he delivers. With a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and a master’s in engineering science, he has authored technical papers for Appita (Australasian Pulp and Paper Technical Assoc.) and Australian Paper, and won an award for evaporator troubleshooting and optimising work with Fonterra.