• Prepared a quantitative analysis of the proposed $7 billion Stage one East West Link toll road, Melbourne, and subsequently appointed by City of Yarra, Melbourne to prepare the list of related mitigation projects and led the presentations to the three short-listed consortia.
  • Project Director of a three form consortium that developed an Indicative Business Case for the A$600 million upgrading and sealing of the 1,070 km Tanami road between Alice Springs and Halls Creek in West Australia. The business case was developed in accordance with the Infrastructure Australia framework for the Halls Creek Shire.
  • Appointed to the Auckland Transport Road Corridor Maintenance Legal and Commercial Panel. This panel developed a new procurement process for the combined $300 million per annum road corridor maintenance expenditure across the Auckland region. The legal and commercial panel was responsible for developing the expression of interest and request for tender documents. The commercial arrangements will involved different risk sharing and payment arrangements to promote and encourage competition and innovation.
  • Project Director of a team that developed for Auckland Transport a strategic level road corridor maintenance KPI framework that is consistent with New Zealand Transport Authority and Ministry of Transport frameworks.
  • Project Director of a team that prepared for Auckland Transport the draft qualitative and quantitative RCM evaluation template used in evaluating the tenders.
  • Project Director of a team that analysed Auckland Transport’s existing Road Contracting Maintenance contracts across the three contract areas covering the Auckland region to determine the baseline value that is being delivered currently as a comparison against the future outcomes that will be delivered under the new RCM contracts.
  • Project Director of a team that developed for Rodney District Council a public private partnership (PPP) business case for the proposed Penlink toll road, valued at more than NZ$200 million. Our work included financially modelling Penlink over a 35 year period, development of alternative financing structures, consideration of alternative options and risk analysis. This enabled the council to approve the project and to subsequently present a business case to the Government for approval.
  • Project Director of a team that prepared an independent assessment of the financial implications and commercial considerations of the options relating to the proposed NZ$60 million Weiti toll road development, including a PPP arrangement and BOOT scheme alongside the Rodney District Council undertaking the project.