Stu Clark Chartered Professional Engineer is the principal of New Zealand Environmental Technologies Ltd.
Stu started his engineering career as a steel fixer in 1971 working on the BNZ building in the square in Christchurch, and subsequently the Waiau River Control Gates in Te Anau.
In 1972 Stu joined the Ministry of Works as an Engineering Officer Cadet gaining hands on experience in many facets of engineering especially engineering surveying and roading.
Stu stayed with the Ministry of Works for the next 25 years gaining his; New Zealand Certificate in Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering at Canterbury University and Master of Engineering Science through New South Wales University.
Stu worked in various positions within the Ministry of Works / Opus structure finishing as a senior public health engineer running the Environmental Training Centre which operated a combined consultancy and training function for water and wastewater treatment plant operators.
In 1997 Stu finally left Opus and started New Zealand Environmental Technologies. Over the years Stu has also gained qualifications as a drain layer, and currently still has a Certifying Drainlayers Qualification, a teacher in adult education with a Diploma in Education from Massey University, and completed 11 years with the army (Territorial Force), finishing as the Troop Commander of the specialist Bridging Troop at 6 Field Squadron, based out of Pattie Street Petone.
Stu’s interests outside of work are; fishing, trail bike riding, recreational diving and spending time with his beloved dog Zahn.
Rohan Clark is studying for his B Eng Tech and is a Registered Electrician.
Rohan started out as a field technician in the early 2010s before undertaking his electrical apprenticeship.
Working full time as an electrician Rohan had worked on everything from pulling cables for domestic houses to being the senior electrician at bulk fuel terminals and running many large projects.
Rohan decided that he enjoyed the designing part of work more and has now since pursued this and started his studies to become a civil engineer.
Rohan's interests include strength training, animals and spending time with his new wife.
Senior Engineering Consultant
Phineas Burke (Phin) is NZET's senior engineer dealing primarily with structural and hydraulics projects.
Phin joined NZET in 2010 and has a Bachelor of Engineering Technology Degree
Outside of work Phin's hobbies include free diving and spear fishing
Roy is our newest consultant at NZET, joining in January 2021.
After attending school at Wellington College, he went on to study at the University of Canterbury for his Bachelor of Engineering degree.
At home, Roy enjoys playing and watching basketball, football and spending time with his cat.
Tim is our field technician.
Tim is largely responsible for conducting soakage tests, penetrometer readings, soil samples and site photography.
If you meet Tim on site, you’ll also meet his assistant Keira – a Belgian Malinois puppy who accompanies him on all jobs.
When he’s not at work, Tim’s interests cover hunting, camping, 4WD and all things outdoors, preferably with his family in tow.
Ella's workplace roots come from her starting point in hospitality.
From training at the Wellington institute of Technology, to working in an array of roles at the Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Club.
Ella then joined the Ministry of Justice as part of the contact point for the
Courts of New Zealand.
From there she pursued her love of animals and trained as an animal carer. After her studies she worked as an assistant dog groomer and then a dog handler for some years.
Ella has more recently joined the office support role, working as admin at Lower Hutt Hospital, Wellington Hospital, Lewis's Home Fabrics, and now with us at NZET.
Ella spends her weekends with her partner and their spoiled little cat Jhin.
Meet our CRA's
Zahn Clark (middle) is the Chief Bark Coordinator and has a Masters degree in pawsitivity training.
He is also our registered Dog bowl technician.
Haste Clark-Myers (right) is the CFO - Chief Fetch Officer and handles our Pup-lic Relations.
The pair spend their days at NZET being the best boy and the best girl, while also demanding lots of pats from employees and customers alike.
Our newest CRA is Keira Clark
Keira Clark (left) is the new head of Barkerting and is quickly finding her way in the team.