Enviros strengthens water and due diligence offerings with two senior appointments
Enviros has appointed Nitin Kansal and Tim Coffin to strengthen its standing in the due diligence and water and utilities sectors.
Nitin Kansal joins the Enviros Oxford office and will be tasked with strengthening and growing the Enviros national capability and client portfolio with a focus on the Water and Utilities sectors. These sectors have been identified for strong growth in the domestic and international markets, using the recently enhanced capabilities within Enviros and in combination with Carillion’s other consulting and wider delivery teams.
Nitin is a Chartered Civil Engineer with a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering. He joins Enviros from Atkins where he was employed as Business Manager in the Water and Environment Operations team and also spent more than five years working for Thames Water in various roles involving hydraulic modelling, water and waste water capital projects delivery, project management and business performance improvement.
Tim Coffin joins the Enviros London office and will be responsible for developing Enviros’ Environmental Due Diligence and wider Transaction support services focussing on the London client base in particular. Tim is also based at the headquarters of Enviros’ global subsidiary CAT Alliance Ltd which provides transaction support in over 50 countries worldwide.
Tim has ten years of technical experience in providing international support for investment/divestment clients in particular. He joins Enviros from Envest Consultancy where he was a founder and employed as UK Director.
Peter Young, Enviros Strategy Director said:
‘We are delighted to welcome Nitin and Tim to help drive the growth of our successful high value consulting services. These are two highly talented individuals with deep specialist knowledge in the water, utility and transaction markets. As a strong market player we see the current market instability as an opportunity to gain market share through our innovative and value enhancing products.’