Marshall Projects was established in Invercargill in 2005 by Tom Marshall to undertake water and wastewater projects.
Tom is the grandson of Owen Marshall, who in 1936 established Owen Marshall Plumbing (now called Marshall Industries). Owen was a skilled pioneer, building his own machinery and producing some of the first longrun roofing steel in New Zealand. Marshall Industries is now also managed by Tom and predominantly undertakes roofing manufacture, installation and engineering work.
By establishing Marshall Projects and providing water and wastewater processing plants for clients, Tom has returned to the roots of his family business and is proud to continue the long history of innovation started by his grandfather.
Marshall Projects takes pride in working in partnership with our clients to ensure the process selection and project design meet requirements and result in projects that perform above expectations for years to come. Well after projects are complete we maintain our relationships with our clients and assist them with their ever changing needs.
Our friendly team of experienced, professional, qualified staff will advise you on the suitable process requirements for your needs, from the initial consultation and pricing, through to project delivery and follow up.
Marshall Projects utilises the skills and resources of Marshall Industries for the fabrication and installation of water and wastewater projects. The diverse markets of the two companies enable us to maintain a valued and skilled resource base to ensure projects are delivered on time and to a high standard.
MEET THE TEAM
|Training/Experience:||20+ years’ experience in water and waste applications
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Hons) – University of Canterbury
Charted Member Engineering New Zealand (CMEng)
|Tom Marshall formed Marshall Projects in 2005. He has 29 years’ experience in engineering, the last 20+ years being in the water and wastewater industry with a focus on membrane based systems. Tom understands water quality issues and enjoys the challenge of finding innovative solutions. He has managed the design, delivery and commissioning of complex and large process mechanical plants up to US$100m. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with his wife and four children.|
|Contact: +64 21 551 938|
|Training/Experience:||Over 10 years’ experience in delivering projects in the New Zealand water and wastewater industry|
|Donovan has been at Marshall Projects since 2007. He started as a Construction Manager and has progressed into his current role as Contracts Manager. His role includes sales, delivery and creating relationships with our clients. Donovan has extensive experience in the delivery of microfiltration plants for DWSNZ compliance and delivering projects within tight time frames and on budget. In his spare time Donovan enjoys being involved in the Pukerau Volunteer Fire Brigade.|
|Contact: +64 21 957 993|
|Training/Experience:||20+ years’ experience in water and wastewater applications
Member Project Management Institute
|Tony joined the Marshall Projects team in 2019. Tony has an engineering background and a strong track record of success in both the water treatment and food and beverage sectors. He has 30 years of engineering experience which includes significant time with Fonterra and Pall in both technical and sales engineering roles. At Marshall Projects, Tony is responsible for project management, sales and business development. Tony uses his highly effective management and problem-solving skills to gain the best outcome for our local government and industrial customers. In his spare time he enjoys family, music, tennis, football and motorsport.|
|Contact: +64 21 263 0115|
|Training/Experience:||5+ years’ experience in the water and wastewater industry.|
Since joining Marshall Projects in 2012 Andrew has gained extensive experience in all facets of mechanical installation in both the water and wastewater industry. This practical site based experience has helped Andrew to develop into his current role as a procurement manager. Andrew is always looking for new and improved equipment in the water and waste field that accompanies the proven technological solutions that we currently provide. In his spare time he enjoys getting out for a round of golf.
|Contact: +64 27 518 0565|