Mott MacDonald adds Eric Guilleminot to Singapore office

17 June 2016 1 min. read
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Mott MacDonald has hired Eric Guilleminot as a Technical Director Hydropower. Guilleminot, who joins from Entura, has more than 24 years of experience in the field, and will work from the firm’s Singapore office.

Prior to joining Mott MacDonald, Eric Guilleminot worked at Entura as a Specialist Hydropower Engineer in Australia for more than two years. Previously Guilleminot worked at French civil engineering firm Coyne et Bellier, where he held several roles in his almost 19 years at the company. His last role at the company, between 2011 and 2013, was as Technical Coordinator of the firm’s Tractebel Engineering joint venture, previous roles include Technical Director, Deputy Project Manager, Project Manager, and Site Engineer. Following the Site Engineer position, which he took in 1992, Guilleminot work for slightly more than three years at Stucky Ingénieurs as a Design and Site Engineer.

Frenchman Guilleminot holds a Master’s degree in Dam Engineering and Hydraulic from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Hydraulique et de Mecanique de Grenoble (ENSHMG).

Eric Guilleminot - Mott MacDonald

Guilleminot joins Mott MacDonald’s Singapore office as a Technical Director in its Hydropower practice, leveraging his more than 24 years of experience in the dam and hydropower engineering landscape, which covered everything from high discharge capacity spillways, high dams and reservoirs, to pump storage plants and powerhouses. Guilleminot will in addition connect with the firm’s global hydropower resources team, work with senior colleagues across the globe and support the continued professional development of staff. 

Peter Black, Mott MacDonald’s managing director for power, says “Eric has worked on challenging and complex projects around the world. He brings technical expertise that will further strengthen our global dams and hydro business.”

Earlier this year Mott MacDonald also added Bruno Trouille to its hydropower business unit.