Members of the Civil Engineering Foundation
Leighton Holdings was founded in 1949, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in 1962 and is based in Sydney, Australia. The Group comprises eight operating companies (Thiess, Leighton Contractors, John Holland, Leighton Properties, Leighton Asia, Leighton Welspun, Leighton Offshore, and Habtoor Leighton Group) conducting business in more than 25 countries. A strategic move into Asia culminated in the formation of Leighton Asia in 1975. Since 1980 Leighton Asia continued to diversify throughout East and South-East Asia and in 2004, opened offices in India and the Middle East. The Group took a major step in 2007 with the acquisition of a 45% stake in the UAE and Qatar-based Al Habtoor Engineering, one of the largest contractors in the Middle East. This was renamed the Habtoor Leighton Group in 2007 and has since expanded to Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain. In 2007, Leighton Asia opened its first office in Mongolia, and by 2011 the Group had ventured into Southern Africa. As a consequence of their strategy, Leighton are positioned in prime locations – Australia, Asia, the Middle East and Southern Africa – and today, has the broadest footprint of any international contractor operating in these parts of the world.
Bovis Lend Lease is one of the world's leading companies in the project management and construction services industries. They offer a broad range of skills that can be tailored to match clients' specific requirements. These skills can be applied over a number of sectors where they hold specialist understanding and experience.
GHD Pty Ltd is an international professional services company whose people deliver innovative solutions by combining technical expertise and experience with an understanding of their clients' objectives and aspirations. GHD employs over 3,500 people in a network of offices throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas. GHD was established in 1928 and today, is ranked in the world's top 50 engineering and architecture companies.
|Arup came to Australia in 1963 to undertake the structural design of the Sydney Opera House. Today, Arup Australasia is a multi-disciplinary practice offering services across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and the Pacific. They have more than 550 staff comprising engineers, planners, project managers and a diverse range of consulting specialists who undertake projects of all types and sizes from feasibility reports and specialist studies to detailed design and large scale, high profile capital works programs.
Represented by Mr Peter MacDonald
|Aurecon is one of Asia Pacific's largest and most experienced consulting firms, with over 2000 staff in offices throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia, With diversification and growth over 50 years, the firm offers a complete multi-disciplinary service - specialising in all facets of engineering design, planning, surveying and management of infrastructure, commercial and industrial projects. A strong association with UK engineering giant Mott MacDonald further enhances the company's scope of services and global presence, providing access to offices and expertise in Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East and South East Asia. Both companies jointly own Mott Connell, one of Asia's largest multi-disciplinary consultants.
Represented by Dr Kourosh Kayvani
NSW Roads and Traffic Authority is a statutory authority formed in 1989 through the amalgamation of the former Department of Main Roads, Department of Motor Transport and the Traffic Authority. Its primary responsibilities are to manage the road network, provide road capacity, licence drivers and vehicles, and improve road safety. The RTA manages over 20,000 km of roads and over 5,000 bridges and major cilverts as well as 22 km of tunnels. It manages road, bridge and traffice infrastructure to a a value in excess of $60 billion. In 2009-10 its roads program was $4.3 billion.
- Dr Daksh Baweja
- Mr Malcolm Boyd
- Mr George Mariasson
- Mr Peter Thornton
Honorary Life Members
- Mr Ian Bowie
- Mr Ron Duncan
- Emeritus Professor Greg Hancock
- Emeritus Professor Harry Poulos
- Mr Harry Trueman