Presentation to CJC Management and CaSE

This week I was privileged to be invited by Colin Calder to set the scene for the strategic planning workshop in Sydney of CJC Management and CaSE (Civil and Structural Engineering)
I shared some insights on the ramifications of the infrastructure review reports on the federal Infrastructure Minister’s desk, the pending Infrastructure Policy Statement, and the amendments to Infrastructure Australia. Also combined with a state political and infrastructure review, and discussion on shifts in infrastructure spending from transport infrastructure to energy. It’s a good time to be reviewing strategy.
CJC Management serves as a strategic partner in complex infrastructure projects across various sectors, including roads, rail, bridges, tunnelling, marine, and defence. Their suite of services encompasses Project Delivery, Constructability, Subject Matter Expertise, Design, Project Controls, and Independent Verification.  Backed by a team that has been involved in some of Australia’s most challenging infrastructure projects, they offer expert advice from initiation to finalisation.
CaSE (Civil and Structural Engineering) is a leading global engineering company with 10 offices across 7 countries and have earned a strong reputation based on technical expertise, and a collaborative approach. Understanding clients face fluctuating workloads, CaSE provides agile support during periods of high demand and fluctuating workloads. Within the CaSE Group, there are four specialist practice areas – CaSE & Pike Design, CaSE Contractors, CaSE Traffic & Transport and CaSE Commercial.
With me here are Michael Eager – CJC Managing Director, and Directors Pushpa Nadanapatham and Daniel Taylor. Colin Calder was thinking of us while on the tarmac at Melbourne Airport.

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