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Leading water engineer Craig Berry joins Aurecon

Craig Berry

18 October 2013 - Aurecon is pleased to announce the appointment of leading water engineer Craig Berry to the role of Water Unit Manager Brisbane.
 
Craig has moved to Aurecon from Jacobs where he was the director of its water division in Glasgow and managed Scottish Water’s £800 million capital works programme. He earlier worked at GHD in Brisbane where he was the Design Manager for the AUD 2.5 billion Western Corridor Recycled Water Scheme named Global Water Project of the Year in 2008.

Aurecon Water Services Group Leader Tobie Louw said: “Craig brings great knowledge of the Queensland water business together with fresh perspectives obtained through his years with GHD and Jacobs.”

A Chartered Engineer, Craig has over 24 years of experience in civil engineering, with particular emphasis on water related projects. He has led a number of multidisciplinary integrated teams operating within partnering arrangements and framework contracts including the AUD900 million Traveston Crossing and Wyaralong Dams project in Queensland.

In his role as Water Unit Manager Brisbane, Craig will focus on growing long term relationships with Aurecon’s Water clients to ensure we align our solutions to their business needs. This will include strengthening relationships with top tier contractors who specialise in the Water industry to provide superior customer value at all stages of project delivery.

“I am eager to start working with our clients, drawing on the global strength of the Aurecon water team and my own experience, to achieve great outcomes for their businesses,” said Craig.

Chris Lawson, Brisbane Delivery Centre Manager, said: “We welcome Craig to Aurecon. At the same time, I would like to thank Chris Russell for his leadership of the Water team over many years and his efforts in this role to date.”
 
Chris Russell now moves into an exciting new role to expand our Water Resources Management business in Australia, New Zealand and selected Asian countries.

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