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High calibre leaders for Aurecon’s Gauteng South and Tshwane offices

Gustav Weich and Phil Hendricks

Gustav Weich (left) and Phil Hendricks

1 July 2014 - “Aurecon is a company which is continually striving to enhance the service it provides its clients, with a focus on excellence,” says Albert Geldenhuys, Managing Director of Aurecon South Africa.  

He adds that “selecting high-calibre leaders to fulfil leadership roles throughout our business plays a vital role in ensuring we remain focused on achieving this aim.”

In line with this, the business is excited to confirm an enhanced management focus on Gauteng and the clients we serve in this region. Previously structured as a single region under the management of a single Office Manager, Aurecon has taken a decision to sharpen its management focus through the formation of two delivery centres – Gauteng South and Tshwane.

“This decision will afford the company the resources and focus it needs to continue to enhance its service to an ever growing client base,” explains Geldenhuys.

Going forward, Gustav Weich will be dedicated to Aurecon’s Gauteng South clients, while Phil Hendricks, previously Office Manager for Gauteng, will be dedicated to Aurecon’s Tshwane clients.

About Gustav Weich

Career snapshot

Gustav Weich, a registered Professional Engineer, has over 34 years’ of experience in industry, spanning the engineering and advisory fields. Within Aurecon, he has very competently served in the capacity of Unit Manager to the Gauteng Environment and Advisory team for the past three years, leading a multi-disciplinary team of engineers and other specialists toward the successful completion of countless large, multi-disciplinary projects which reflect both his sound management skills and technical expertise.

Unique strengths

“Gustav brings to the table a unique blend of dedication, tenacity and stability which has made a significant contribution to the success of the teams he has led previously,” explains Geldenhuys.

When asked about his vision for the Gauteng South offices, Weich says that his aim will be to establish a DC that acts as the face of Aurecon to the diverse spectrum of clients in Gauteng South, providing innovative and commercially savvy solutions through an appropriate and diverse skills set reflective of the best human capital in Gauteng South.

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