Our Beca HunterH2O family is a formidable team of 300+ water specialists, passionate about healthy and sustainable communities wherever we work. Hear some of our people's inspiring stories.

Anne-Marie Turnbull

Listen to Anne-Marie as she speaks of welcoming change, serving as a remarkable career.

Chris Conway, Dean Taylor and Todd Trench

Securing Tonga, a safe and clean water supply.

Craig White and Liam Tamplin

Queanbeyan Sewage Treatment Plan: Sustainable water solutions

Recently completed with an estimated construction value of over $100million, the Queanbeyan sewage treatment plant upgrade is a major project in the NSW water industry that will benefit the local community by providing a new greater capacity treatment plant that improves treatment standards. Hear about the intricate workings of the project.

Meet the Beca HunterH2O team

Hear from our water specialists who are passionate about healthy and sustainable communities.

Michael Collins and Emily Hyde

Listen to Michael and Emily talk about enhancing sewage treatment for Wingecarribee. 

Diving headfirst into design upgrades, the Beca HunterH2O team skillfully navigated the intricate details of the Wingecarribee Sewerage Treatment Plant project.

Nick Andrews

Hear about Nick's journey to secure safe drinking water for the local community.

Rennie Ferguson

Walcha Off Creek Storage project: Building resilient communities

A positive legacy following Australia's worst drought on record is the new Walcha Off Creek Storage Dam, an $11 million piece of resilient water infrastructure which has now entered construction. The new 300 megalitre water storage will more than quadruple Walcha’s water storage capacity, improving security of supply to the region and providing benefits for generations to come.

Sonya Petrova

Securing Melbourne's future water supply with innovative solutions

A Senior Process Engineer in Melboune, Sonya talks about her career and passion for the water industry, and shares how Beca HunterH2O and Yarra Valley Water are securing Melbourne’s water supply for the future.