Andrew joined RBG in 2007 and has over 20 years of structural engineering experience including structural analysis, design, forensic investigation, remedial works, and site-based design/coordination roles for civil infrastructure projects, hi-rise, long-spanning steel (public assembly) structures, mining projects, industrial and heritage buildings. Andrew currently leads the Construction Engineering infrastructure team in the Melbourne office where his main focus is assisting contractors to develop and implement innovative construction methodologies to allow the safe and efficient delivery of complex projects, the design of complex temporary works systems, and the assessment, temporary support, and remediation of existing structures.
Andrew has a proven history of delivering complex projects for a wide range of tier 1 contractors including managing teams engaging multiple sub-consultants. He has worked in RBG’s Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide offices in addition to previous roles in London and Switzerland. Andrew was the lead for the design of temporary works and Construction Engineering for the Adelaide Oval and Adelaide Convention Centre. Both projects involved the installation of complex and long-spanning steelwork. He has provided design of complex temporary works and construction methodology for long-spanning steel bridge girders at the Citylink Tulla Widening Project and temporary works solutions for a wide range of works on many level crossing removals projects and temporary works and construction methodology advice for many hi-rise projects including temporary retention of deep basements. Andrew has also performed key roles in energy sector projects including the design of a blast-resistant laboratory building at the Bulwer Island Refinery in Brisbane and leading the structural and civil engineering design for several wind farm projects, including the largest wind farm in the southern hemisphere, Stockyard Hill.