At the end of last year Morphum officially opened a new office in Hamilton. We have been doing great work in the Waikato region for a few years now, and with a growing client base and exciting project work on the horizon, we look forward to collaborating with new and existing clients in this dynamic region.
Stuart Joyce will head up our new office as the Waikato Branch Manager, alongside Assistant Engineer Ashleigh Dick and Environmental Scientist Rebecca Yeates. We are actively recruiting further roles to support our growing team.
To launch our move into the Waikato region, Morphum Environmental hosted a special screening of the Lost Rivers documentary, as part of the Freshwater Sciences Society Conference held in Hamilton late last year. Lost Rivers is a thought provoking documentary about the historic practice of burying rivers underground as part of urban development, and the modern-day movement towards resurrecting those rivers. Given Morphum Environmental’s strong link with sustainability and water management, this event provided a great forum to re-inforce our connection to rivers and announce the opening of our latest office.