Geoffrey Rea wins ‘Project Controls Professional of the Year’ award
Congratulations to Geoffrey Rea from our Sydney office who has won the ‘Project Controls Professional of the Year’ award at the Project Controls Expo awards.
Geoffrey received this award following his outstanding dedication in leading programme management office (PMO) and integrated project controls on many major projects and also now leading the PMO for the new Western Sydney International Nancy Bird-Walton Airport (WSA), the first capital city airport development in Australia for decades. Geoffrey’s dedication in creating a consistent, high quality approach to project controls is now being shared and used across the WSA programme. Geoffrey’s initiatives have seen improved visibility, communication, confidence and cost savings on many major projects.
Geoffrey described winning the award as:
Following a 25 year career in programme, project delivery and controls and now being part of Western Sydney International Nancy Bird-Walton Airport is a once-in-a-generation opportunity. I’m proud to be playing a key role in this complex programme and to make an impact on Sydney’s future.
Darren Munton, Head of Infrastructure, Australia and New Zealand said:
Geoffrey’s recognition as Project Controls Professional of the Year is well deserved and recognises his extensive experience of leading the delivery of major infrastructure projects and programmes. In his current role as Head of Programme Management & Technical Services for the new Western Sydney Airport, a highly experienced and capable team under Geoff’s leadership is providing crucial assurance to the Commonwealth over the delivery of this critical asset for Australia.
Anooj Oodit, Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand said:
Receiving this award is a testament to Geoffrey’s hard work and dedication to obtain great results for his clients and set new benchmarks in the project controls profession.
The Project Controls Expo Awards acknowledge the all-round positive contribution project controls professionals have made through outputs and outcomes on their projects.