Aurecon appoints new WA rail leader

David Radcliffe

16 February 2012 - Aurecon has appointed David Radcliffe as Aurecon Rail Leader, Resources & Manufacturing based in Perth.

As a seasoned expert, David will equip our global and local clients with expertise and representation to assist in the delivery of projects for both publicly and privately funded projects across the Resources and Transport spectrum.

Gordon Bryden, Aurecon Resources Leader, Perth, said: “We are delighted to be expanding our team further by bringing David on board to better service our clients. Our growing Perth based rail team, with support from our established global rail engineering and design capabilities in both the heavy haul and passenger/freight markets, strengthen our well-rounded local capability.”

With extensive rail experience over 25 years delivering successful Australian and international rail projects, David is well equipped to deliver the various models clients require and provide quality services ranging from feasibility studies and expert advice through to total project delivery.

“I am looking forward to building on Aurecon’s respected track record of successful rail projects – to me that means a project delivered safely, on time, on budget, with a satisfied client and a motivated and excited team on board,” David said.

David’s major project experience includes the Rio Tinto expansion of their heavy haul rail system capacity, Perth electrification, the extension of the Perth network to Joondalup and Mandurah, the Epping to Chatswood Rail Link and the Clearways Program in Sydney, the Hunter Valley capacity enhancements, the TrackStar Program in Brisbane and freight and passenger projects in Asia.

Aurecon has a multi-disciplinary and highly skilled team contributing to the efficient movement of freight, goods and people across Australia and globally dedicated to the challenge of meeting future rail demand.

“We will continue to leverage our global capability and bring our extensive range of expertise and skill sets to deliver added business value to our clients.” added Bryden.



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