North America, Latin America and CaribbeanGesner Oliveira Hugo Chisca JuniorPaul FannerMario TaveraIvan Waidenfeld de GusmaoSofia KanellopoulouKelly Cristina de Oliveira ArikawaRodrigo AugustiGoncalo DelgadoAsia ExpertsAnnie ChaiRoland LiembergerJohn DixonAfrica ExpertsRonnie MckenziePieter van RooyenWillem WegelinNeil D Meyer
Civil Engineer, currently operating at a management and technical specialist level, providing technical input on several Water Demand Management (WDM) projects for various government organizations In South Africa.
Experience in the Water Industry:
Areas of Specialization:
Water Demand Management, leakage control, water conservation, hydraulic modelling of supply systems, sectorising areas in management districts (DMA's) and Pressure
Management Areas (PMA's), preparation of water demand management strategies,
management, operations and training.
- B Eng (Cum Laude),
- University of Pretoria, SA (1997)
Neil responsibilities have involved the assessment of leakage control and water conservation measures of water supply systems in various towns and cities throughout South Africa, India and Australia. His experience also includes hydraulic modelling of supply systems, sectorising
areas in management districts (DMA's)and Pressure Management Areas
(PMA's), preparation of water demand management strategies, preparation
of water services development plan, preparation of water master plan, logging of pressures and flow, analysis of pressure and flow results, installation and programming of time
and flow modulated controllers and audit of existing water assets.
Neil has presented many workshops and training courses and was involvedwith the development of various software packages based on the BABE methodology including BENCHLEAK (2002) and Hour Day Factor (2002). He was also one of the main authors of the UN Habitat WDM Cookbook and on the UN Habitat Evaluation of Leakage Reduction Projects which was written through Rand Water for the UN.