Farewell to Wullie Doherty

The 2019 Drilling & Tapping competition also says goodbye to one of our longest serving judges Wullie Doherty (Scottish Water).

Wullie joined the judging team in 2005 and has decided to step down from the position after being involved with the event since 1998.

The Institute of Water would like to express our sincere thanks for the time, effort and dedication Wullie has given over 21 years and we wish him the best of luck for the future!

The Institute of Water would like to thank all the teams, sponsors and judges involved in this year’s competition. There will be a full write up of the competition in the next issue of the magazine.

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