Graduated as process engineer, Hervé joined Veolia Water Malaysia in 1999 as design engineer. He worked on various successful projects including Kranji Reverse Osmosis for reuse of secondary effluent and Maha Sawat, a large Sewage treatment plant in Thailand.
In 2002, Hervé returned to Veolia headquarters in Paris and took the responsibility of the design of a large potable water plant for Shanghai (Pudong).
In 2007, he then moved to Dubai as Engineering Director to execute two jobs in Dubai (membrane bioreactor in Palm Jumeirah and a compact lake water filtration plant for Burj Khalifa Lake).
Hervé also set-up an engineering base in Dubai to cover the needs of UAE, Qatar, Oman and Iraq. Since that, four main jobs have been executed by his department, for Sea water pretreatment (Dissolved Air Flotation), Upgrade of Sewage treatment plant in Doha (Sequence Batch Reactor) and in the Emirates (Anaerobic treatment), and a compact surface water plant in Iraq (ActiDisc).
Since 2013 Hervé is heading the Technical & Performance Direction of Veolia in the Middle East.