Victor Wong is an Engineer based within Morphum Environmental’s Hamilton Office. He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Hons) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor of Science (Geosciences) from Monash University. The focal point of his studies was directed towards groundwater/surface water interactions, and life cycle assessment & costing.
Victor has applied knowledge of the resource consenting process, overland flow path analysis, detailed design review, root cause analysis, water sensitive urban design (WSUD), environmental impact assessments, and supervision of municipal projects. He has a proven ability to lead, manage, and work within multi-disciplinary teams – throughout a wide spectrum of projects.
Beyond his role at Morphum Environmental Victor is a Captain in the Australian Army, and is currently seconded to the New Zealand Defence Force. He has previously fulfilled command and instructional postings, and has undertaken roles working with a diverse range of foreign forces.
• Integrated catchment management
• Stormwater catchment planning
• Stakeholder engagement
• Engineering plan review
• Project management
• Life cycle assessment & costing
• Training development
• Information fusion
• ArcGIS, SimaPro, Visual MODFLOW.