Stolen Rivers | David Boothway
David Boothway

Spring Street and Wharf Street are pavements enabling commerce and the passage of people; their names arise from features in the distant past. Engineer David Boothway, works with concrete in the pursuit of progress; but nature has a long memory.

David Boothway is a professional engineer with a Master’s degree in engineering and more than 25 years’ experience working in, and for local government; in the management, design and supply of city services. David sees himself as a “reborn” engineer; transitioning cities away from trying to solve everything with black tar and twelve cubic meters of concrete. David is married with two daughters, and is the Strategic Asset Planning Manager with the Christchurch City Council.