Mott MacDonald has hired Bruno Trouille as a senior hydropower advisor. Trouille spent more than 37 years working for US-based civil engineering firm MWH, where he held a number of Vice President positions. The firm will leverage his deep knowledge of dams and hydropower.
Bruno Trouille has been an independent consultant since the start of this year. Previously, he worked for more than 37 years at MWH, a large US-based civil engineering and consulting firm specialised in water projects, construction services, natural resources and programme management. Trouille held various roles of increasing seniority at the firm, taking on the role of Vice President for the company’s International Projects Group since 2005, Vice President of its International Energy and Water Resources business from 2004 until 2005, and Vice President of the firm’s Global Power Systems unit from 2001 until 2004. Previously, he was the Senior Project Manager and Area Manager at the company, among others.
Trouille holds a Master’s degree in Engineering from the ICAM School of Engineering and a Master of Science in Industrial Relations from Loyola University Chicago.
Trouille joins Mott MacDonald as a senior hydropower advisor, based in Chicago, US. Trouille's extensive past experience spans across the full lifecycle of increasingly complex projects, including a range of water resource schemes, pumped storage projects, dams and hydro plants. His track record involves both engineering, reconnaissance and feasibility studies through conceptual design to construction, as well as financial, investment programmes, power purchase agreements and detailed financial analyses. In his new role at the consultancy firm, Trouille will leverage his 35+ years of experience to provide the firm global dams and hydropower business, and its North American clients, with his expertise in dams and hydropower.
Peter Black, Mott MacDonald’s Managing Director for Power, says that Trouille is an “excellent” addition to the firm’s global team. Black further comments “Having worked on projects in over 30 countries, he brings a technical, economic and business development skillset that will make a significant contribution to the future growth and success of our global dams and hydro business.”
With nearly 1,200 staff working directly on power-related projects, Mott MacDonald is one of the largest power consultancies in the world.