May 2011
Utility Week;5/20/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p28
Trade Publication
An interview with Graham Hunt, director for water and environment at Atkins, is presented. The interview begins with the first job of Hunt and the best and worst part of his job at Atkins. He identifies a painting from an Indonesian artist as his most treasured possession. He also presents his favorite film, television program and joke.


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