Dean Watts has been involved in the water industry for over 20 years, covering the three waters spectrum. Since 2005, Dean has focused on managing Morphum Environmental and implementing a variety of innovative and challenging projects. He has extensive experience in the provision of three waters services in New Zealand and Australia.
Dean has undertaken senior engineering roles in key projects involving capital works management, city-wide emergency renewals, operations and maintenance strategies, inflow and infiltration innovation and Auckland City’s small water supplies and wastewater services advice contract.
- Water, wastewater and stormwater management.
- Local government systems.
- Three waters networks.
- Asset management.
- Receiving environment management.
- Public liaison and consultation.
- Stormwater operations emergency management.
Authored by Jan Heijs, Greer Lees and Dean Watts (Morphum Environmental Ltd); Tim Lockie (Hydraulic Analysis Ltd); and Barry Somers (Far North District Council) for Water New Zealand's 2017 Stormwater Conference.
Authored by Jan Heijs, Dean Watts, Tim Lockie, Nathan Shaw and Bridget O’Brien (2016).
Authored by Barry Carter, Dean Watts and Stuart Joyce. Prepared for IPWEA Sustainability in Public Works Conference, Melbourne (2016).
Authored by Tze-Sian Hor, Stuart Joyce and Dean Watts. Prepared for IPWEA Sustainability in Public Works Conference, Melbourne (2016).
Authored by Dean Watts, Marcel de Leur, Xeno Captain, Phil Johansen and Dukessa Blackburn-Huettner. Prepared for Water NZ 2015 Asia Pacific Stormwater Conference, Auckland.