‘When clients win I win. I have a thirst to do everything possible to create value and convert this into results for clients. I genuinely care about achieving the best possible outcome and treat clients’ projects as my own. If an opportunity exists to identify value for the client it will not be missed.’
Andrew is a Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ), Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) and accredited on the National Engineering Register (NER).
Andrew is experienced in delivering a variety of projects with a wide range of complexity. Andrew’s experience covers all phases of project delivery from inception through to completion including client engagement, project planning, briefing and scoping, design management, development negotiation of Infrastructure Agreements and Development Approvals, Operational Works Approvals, plan sealing, liaising and coordinating with relevant authorities, construction and contract administration.
2016 current: Principal Engineer, PEAKURBAN Pty Ltd
2004 – 2016: Senior Engineer, Calibre Consulting (QLD) Pty Ltd
2003 – 2004: Engineer, Boral
Summary of Recent Projects Delivered by Andrew
Arise at Rochedale, Rochedale (The Pask Group) – master planned community including major trunk infrastructure works.
Topaz Heights Estate (VAC Property Developments Pty Ltd) – 54 lot subdivision with an additional 16 townhouses including major drainage and sewerage infrastructure.
Rochedale Town Centre (Coles Group Pty Ltd) – Negotiation of engineering Infrastructure and Development Approval conditions for the development of a Town Centre comprising of a supermarket and specialty retail stores.
Fernbrooke Ridge Estate, Redbank Plains (Lendlease) – 400 lot master planned residential development and supporting infrastructure.
Herston Quarter (Australian Unity) – Engineering assessment and input to support the tender bid to the State of Queensland for the redevelopment of the Herston Health Precinct.
Logan Link, Berrinba – Industrial subdivision including supporting infrastructure and major road upgrades. Co-ordination included liaising and negotiating outcomes across six (6) assessing authorities.