Engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Aurecon has appointed Jane Moran as its Newcastle Office Manager.
Ms. Moran will lead the company’s Newcastle team in delivering innovative design concepts and engineering advice for key projects in Greater Newcastle.
According to a statement from Aurecon, Ms. Moran will contribute her expertise and familiarity with the region to key projects, such as the design concept for the Warnervale Link Road, which aims to reduce travel times for communities on the Central Coast, and the Rankin Park to Jesmond Early Works Shared Path Bridge, which is a key component in the completion of the final stage of the Inner-City Bypass to remove through traffic from suburban streets.
“I am excited by the opportunity to help grow the skills and resources of the Aurecon staff in Newcastle so that we can continue to deliver future-ready projects and designs for our clients,” she said.
Ms. Moran has extensive experience working across a range of projects, including Queensland’s first light rail project and the M12 motorway.
She also has extensive project management experience, ranging from Queensland’s Gladstone Regional Council on disaster recovery efforts following a series of floods to the 6.5 kilometre duplication of Mona Vale Road.
Aurecon’s Regional Director for New South Wales, Scott Powell welcomed Ms. Moran’s addition to the Newcastle office.
“Aurecon is committed to supporting the development of the Hunter Region through its contribution to key infrastructure projects such as the Newcastle Light Rail,” he said.
“Having Jane’s breadth of expertise in project management and design will be invaluable inputs to projects that we are positioning for in the infrastructure, health and mining markets.”