Utility Mapping appoints new Utility Engineering Manager

Paul Wehbe, new Utility Engineering Manager at Utility Mapping
Paul Wehbe, new Utility Engineering Manager at Utility Mapping

Paul Wehbe has joined Utility Mapping as Utility Engineering Manager in Sydney, NSW.

Utility Mapping is a provider of subsurface utility mapping and digital engineering solutions to private and public markets in key industries and sectors, including building and construction, rail, roads, defence, energy, mining, and civil infrastructure.

Wehbe brings with him over 20 years of experience in the Service and Infrastructure Industries across Australia and New Zealand.

He was involved in the Parramatta Light Rail during Business Case with Transport for New South Wales followed by the tender for the Stage 1 Infrastructure package with the CPB Downer joint venture.

“I have always held Utility Mapping in high regard due to their quality of work and passion for innovation and technology. The team is always energised, excited and creating momentum on a grand scale, and I am very excited to see this translate to value for our clients and the industry,” Wehbe said.

In his newly created role, Wehbe will be responsible to build the Utility Engineering team, leveraging his extensive experience across significant state and federal infrastructure projects in the Australian and New Zealand market.

Paul brings a strong passion and understanding of Digital Engineering and its implementation into complex projects, having provided technical advice to key government and contractor clients in previous roles. He was recently part of Transport for New South Wales’ Digital Engineering Working Group, in charge of developing the new Utilities Schema.

Matt Keppich, Utility Mapping General Manager, said he was thrilled to have Paul join the team.

“Paul’s diverse background and experience will be pivotal to strengthen our technical capabilities in the industry,” he said.

“We look forward to working more closely with Paul as he leads this exciting new chapter at Utility Mapping,” Matt concluded.

Paul will also be working with Utility Mapping Co-Founder Chris Bower and Peter Rullo, CEO of parent company IntelliSpatial Group, to extend its digital engineering capabilities and strengthen these synergies throughout the businesses.

Intellispatial Group connects geospatial data, technology, and innovation to provide spatial solutions that support building a safer, more connected, and sustainable world.


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