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Founder Will presents at the SWIG Sensor Sprint - November 2021

Founder Will presents at the Thames Water Innovation Forum - November 2021

ManholeMetrics opens its first job posting - September 2021

ManholeMetrics applies for trademark on name and logo - September 2021

ManholeMetrics becomes supported by the National Composites Centre - September 2021

ManholeMetrics receives authorisation for its first test site - August 2021

Kate Lowes (Ex IBM Project Manager and sensors expert) joins as an advisor - July 2021

ManholeMetrics successfully incorporates - July 2021

ManholeMetrics features in Imperial news story - June 2021

ManholeMetrics is wins the 2021 Mayor's Entrepreneur Tech Award! - June 2021

ManholeMetrics receives endorsement from Thames Water - June 2021


Thames Water Innovation Forum:

Highlights video from the Mayor's Entrepreneur:

More About Us

Meet the Founder

Will Dubin is a 4th Year Civil Engineering Student at Imperial, the Former Chair of the Imperial Civil Engineering Society & Co-Founder of the IEA, and a passionate entrepreneur & innovator. Notable experiences include 2021 Mayor's Entrepreneur Winner (tech), 2020 Undergraduate of the Year Engineering & Construction Finalist and Runner-up 2020 Telegraph STEM Innovation Award. Will also spent the past summer working as a site engineer on the £5 Billion Tideway Tunnel Super Sewer. ManholeMetrics is at the intersection of his interests of civil engineering, entrepreneurialism and innovative technology.

Will says: "Sewers can be considered the very backbone of society, and being able to contribute in a meaningful way to the daily lives of so many within society is at the very core of why I chose to study civil engineering and what I hope to achieve with ManholeMetrics"

Endorsed by Thames Water

Thames Water is the UK's largest water and wastewater utility with 15 million customers, comprising 27% of the UK's population, treating 4.7 billion litres of wastewater per day. See the letter of interest here from Thames Water's Director of Wastewater Networks, Matt Rimmer, endorsing ManholeMetrics.

Supported By

Experts under consultation

Roger Bailey (CTO of Tideway Tunnel Supersewer)

Kate Lowes (Ex IBM Project Manager + Sensors Expert)

Dr. Ivan Stoianov (Leader in Remote Sensing Technology for Water)

Rune Bentien (Ex-Google Commercialisation Expert)

Jack Severs (IP Expert)

Hannah Van Den Bergh (Start-up Funding Expert)

Janet Murray (Forbes 30 under 30 business coach)

Richard Hayward (Startup Formations and Support Officer at Imperial)

Dr. Neil Carpenter (Materials Expert)

Dr. David Miller (Fellow at Imperial Hackspace)