Gary commenced his career at East Midlands Electricity Board in 1974, which started his interest and enthusiasm in the Utility Sector. His fascination with other utilities and processes soon got the better of him and he decided to move over to waste-water, joining Anglian Water’s Northampton Sewage Division in 1979.
As with all utility companies in the 70’s and 80’s Gary went through many reorganisations within Anglian Water and decided to move onto Lee Valley Water Company (now part of Affinity Water) to fulfil his desire to move over to the clean side.
In 1990, Gary was approached by the Department of the Environment (DoE) to take over a Regional Team that installed and maintained the water and waste-water treatment, water distribution and sewerage systems on Ministry of Defence site in East Anglian.
With Gary’s desire to get away from constant reorganisations within the utility sector the DoE seemed or more settled location, however following the sale of the Agency into private ownership by Michael Portillo in 1993 and an offer to take on a similar role for the United States Air force for their sites within the UK, Gary decided to start his first business i.e. Direct Water, an engineering consultancy.
Following successful and indeed turbulent times and further period of employment within Anglian Water, Gary formed the forerunner to Infrastructure Gateway in September 2002.
Since 2002 Gary has turned Infrastructure Gateway into a successful, multi-million turnover Utility Installation Company, purported to be one of the best self-lay organisations in the market.