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HydroSense Irrigation Design & Consulting hires new business development manager

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James Riddell joins the Toronto company from Vanden Bussche Irrigation.

| March 23, 2010

TORONTO, Ontario – HydroSense Irrigation Design & Consulting has hired James Riddell as business development manager-conservation.
 
A Business Development veteran, Riddell brings several years of experience to HydroSense, most recently working at Vanden Bussche Irrigation at their Milton distribution location during the past 30 months as turf division area manager.  
Riddell is well-versed with the latest in automated irrigation central controls, their operating systems and platforms, and has an intimate working knowledge of the requirements to execute and implement these systems routinely.  He holds an IA certification as a CIC and will add to his credentials by earning CLIA and CID designations in the coming year.  
 
His key accountabilities at HydroSense are to create and foster strong working relationships with new and existing clients to generate revenues by promoting professional irrigation design services, central controls project management and irrigation system assessments.   

 

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