Paul previously led Aurecon’s energy business on Australia’s East Coast, driving the significant growth in the company’s core business and establishing the energy advisory business over the last five years. He will remain focused on driving Aurecon’s development, now across all of Energy, Resources and Manufacturing sectors globally.
He will also continue to build Aurecon’s momentum as Australia’s leading engineering advisor to the energy sector, supporting the country’s transition to a lower-carbon future.
Paul’s experience helping clients through transformation using a combination of digital solutions and design led innovation will be translated to unlock similar benefits in resources and manufacturing, helping to create sustainable industries.
Paul has worked on some of the most significant projects in the Australian energy market; advising on the successful acquisition of TransGrid, the development, design and delivery of Australia’s largest solar farms, and the ongoing implementation of the South Australian energy plan which led to the installation of the world’s largest lithium-ion battery (owned by Neoen, and built by Tesla) about which Paul and his team released a report detailing the impact of this battery.
Paul is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He holds a Certificate in Design Led Innovation from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Engineering from the Queensland University of Technology.