I am currently providing Project Management and Electrical Engineering services to railways, renewables and utilities. Prior to this, I worked for IHI Engineering Australia, as Project Manager for a gas-fired power plant, leading a multi-discipline engineering team. I have extensive experience managing projects providing power supply to a wide range of end customers, from renewable generation, heavy industry, gas providers and water supply companies. I have negotiated the first Connection Agreement in NSW for large-scale renewables. Throughout my career I worked in a diverse range of engineering, construction and consulting companies, providing Project Management and engineering solutions for u/g installations, substations, power stations, static VAr compensators, HV and control gear, pump stations, lightning protection, earthing systems, PQ installations, UPS and stand-by power, primary systems design, design verification and validation, connection agreements, EIS development, load flow, fault level protection settings studies. I have over 20 years of experience as a professional engineer, MBA graduate, PMP certified. Specialties: Consulting: Business case and specifications development, owner's engineer Project Management of fast-tracked Projects and Programs, EPC, Concurrent Engineering Electrical Engineering: Primary Systems Design, Insulation Co-ordination, Earthing, Lightning Protection Power Quality, Insulation Co-ordination
I am PMP Certified with PMI, CPEng with Engineers Australia. I have BEng, electrical and MBA in Technology Management. - FER: Bachelor, Electrical Engineering - La Trobe University: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
I have worked on projects for BHP, Rio Tinto, TransGrid, TfNSW, AusNet Services, Energy Australia. I have had presentations to CIGRE Australia – Cost of Connection to the Grid; Hydro Tasmania – Power Station Redevelopment; PMI Sydney Chapter – Project Management Theory; TfNSW – Stakeholder Management.
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