Senior appointment strengthens program management capability in Australia and New Zealand
We have appointed Bradley Farrell, to lead our program advisory services in the infrastructure and natural resources sectors across Australia and New Zealand.
Our program advisory business supports organisations across the full business and asset lifecycle including organisational design and development, asset strategy, capital planning, portfolio prioritisation, program establishment, program assurance and supply chain optimisation.
Bradley is a management consultant with more than 20 years’ experience serving organisations in asset intensive industries. He has led major transformations and client-side improvement programs in key industries including upstream oil and gas, power and utilities, transport infrastructure, and mining. Bradley is a graduate of Curtin Business School and has authored numerous papers on capital programs and projects. Prior to joining Turner & Townsend, Bradley led the Program Management Advisory business at EY.
Anooj Oodit, Regional Managing Director, comments:
“Bradley’s appointment further strengthens our program management capability in the region and enhances our existing leadership team. It has been, and will continue to be a challenging time for most asset intensive organisations within the region. Markets around the world are experiencing rapid and continual change and in this environment, organisations need to adapt and transform quicker than ever before.
"Bradley joins with a mandate to build on the solid foundations we have in driving performance improvement, and to continue providing world-class program advisory services for our clients. I’m delighted to have Bradley’s wealth of experience as part of our team.”
Darren Munton, Head of Infrastructure Australia and New Zealand comments:
“We have made significant investments in our major programs delivery capability with several senior appointments in infrastructure over the last 12 months following sustained successes over recent years. Bradley’s experience of supporting clients to realise sustainable benefits for their organisation and their programs from inception to operation will be invaluable.”
Commenting on his appointment, Bradley said:
“I’m excited to join Turner & Townsend. The company has tremendous capability and a great reputation, earned through hard work on some of the region’s most iconic capital projects and programs. I’m looking forward to bringing even more value to our clients. This means working with asset owners to build a stronger “owner’s team” and then helping that team drive value at every stage of the asset lifecycle.
“There is a real demand for new and emerging capabilities: digital program management, automated project progress measurement, advanced supply chain performance assurance, to name just a few. There will be significant changes for asset owners and operators in the next decade and I look forward to helping them add value and improve efficiency.”