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EIGCA welcomes Giles Wardle as new Consultant Partner

8.25am 26th January 2012 - People

The European Institute of Golf Course Architects has announced that Giles Wardle has become an EIGCA Consultant Partner. Giles has worked in golf and turf irrigation since 1992 and in that time has designed irrigation systems for some of the most renowned golf courses and golf architects in the world. A Chartered Engineer, Giles is a partner with Irriplan, a firm of consultant engineers which specialise in irrigation, drainage, water resources and water engineering.

EIGCA Consultant Partner is a new partnership category for golf course consultants with the aim of increasing interaction between the EIGCA and other professions in the golf industry. The scheme is open to all consultants who are working in a solely fee based, professional practice, associated with the golf course design business.

Consultant Partners to the EIGCA will be able to attend the annual conference and any CPD events. For a limited time new Consultant Partners will also be offered a free place at this year’s EIGCA Conference to be held in Nice from March 28th – 31st.

Julia Green, EIGCA Executive Officer, said: “I would like to welcome Giles Wardle as the EIGCA’s first Consultant Partner. I am sure he will enjoy the opportunity to meet and develop relationships with our members, particularly at our conference in Nice and our other official functions. This new partnership category allows consultants to promote their services directly to golf course architects, as well as our other partners, and helps to bring the various elements of our industry closer together.” 

For more information on EIGCA Consultant Partners please contact Julia Green at EIGCA head office – julia@eigca.org

EIGCA www.eigca.org

 

       

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