Aurecon appoints Louise Adams to lead Melbourne/Adelaide Delivery Centre
Aurecon appoints Louise Adams to lead Australian Delivery Centre
23 March 2015 - Aurecon has appointed Louise Adams to lead its operations in Melbourne and Adelaide. In this Delivery Centre Manager role she will run one of the company’s largest delivery centres in Australia.
Louise is currently Country Manager in the United Arab Emirates, responsible for Aurecon’s operations in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
William Cox, Managing Director, ANZ, said, “I know that Louise will make an excellent leader for our Adelaide/Melbourne Delivery Centre, she is a talented engineer and project manager with a proven track record in effective leadership, often in challenging environments. She has had an impressive international career since she joined Aurecon in 2000.”
Louise has led and managed a number of projects in the Middle East and has grown Aurecon’s business during some volatile, challenging times in the UAE market. During her career, Louise has undertaken project work in multiple countries, dealing with the associated cultural and commercial challenges – she has worked in the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Iran, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Singapore, Guyana, North America, Pakistan, Libya, Qatar, and the UAE.
She was appointed to the Aurecon Group Pty Limited (AGPL) Board in June 2013 in recognition of her impressive leadership and analytical capabilities.
Louise said, “While I have greatly enjoyed my years in the UAE, I am excited to be moving back to Australia to such a fascinating and challenging role. The South Australian and Victorian markets offer many opportunities for Aurecon and I look forward to working with the entire team to continue to protect and grow our market share.”
Louise is a project manager and chartered civil engineer with experience managing and designing works in both civil and multi-disciplinary projects in land development as well as technical advisory for project planning. She has a background in storm water management and flood risk assessment and mitigation and has undertaken work in both the public and private sector as part of emergency relief efforts.