Rachael is a talented, resourceful and committed Civil and Structural Engineer with almost five years in the industry fulfilling roles in Client and Contractor Companies.
Rachael’s responsibilities have included the delivery of a scope of works as part of a multi-billion-dollar tunnel project, overseeing the construction of tunnel, viaduct, pavement and bulk earthworks projects, and providing constructability advice on small and large scale projects. She works efficiently and collaboratively with stakeholders, proactively addressing and resolving technical and non-technical challenges.
Rachael’s key skills and experience include:
- construction delivery
- planning and programming
- constructability assessments
- safety, environmental and quality assessments
Rachael holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Structural) and Certificate IV in Frontline Management.
Florian Wagner is a highly qualified structural & civil engineer with more than 10 years professional experience working on complex large-scale construction infrastructure projects in Australia. Areas of expertise include bridge construction, structural and temporary design emphasising method engineering, project management and financial control with practical experience in project delivery and supervising construction sites.
Committed to safe, sustainable and right the first place work practices.
Florian’s key skills include viaduct, post-tensioning bridge and heavy lifting construction methods, design project management, constructability assessments, reviewing construction feasibility, including construction staging, planning and organising, problem solving, decision making and project management services.
Florian holds a M.Sc. Civil & Structural Engineering.
Stephenson Chau has over ten years’ experience as a civil engineer on a range of major road and rail infrastructure projects. His engineering roles in these projects of has included project management of Tier 1 and Mid-Tier Contractors.
His key skills include Construction Management, Design Management, Contract Administration, Safety and Risk management and Quality Management.
Stephenson holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), and majored in Construction Management, Structural and Water. He holds Certifications as Lead Auditor in Quality Management Systems, Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety, Rail Safety Worker and WorkCover OH&S Risk Management for Supervisors.
Colin Calder is an experienced civil engineer with over 26 years’ experience in Senior Management roles and/or Project Management on motorway, bridge, rail and tunneling projects. During his career, he has led delivery of major construction projects in Australia, Hong Kong, South Africa, India and Namibia. He has extensive experience in the management of teams, financials and strategic planning on local and international projects. Colin’s key skills are Major Project Planning, Execution and Completion, Negotiation, Cross Cultural Team Management, Budget Management, Project and Team Turnarounds, Major Project completion on time, and within budget.
He holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons); HND in Civil Engineering and AIPM Certification to CPPD. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Project Management and a Chartered member of Engineers Australia.
Craig Stoddart brings to CJC Management over twenty years’ experience as a civil engineer on a range of projects. These include road, bridge, tunnel, marine, industrial, commercial and development projects. Craig’s key skills are constructability assessments, direct management of construction activities, design management, contract administration, independent verification, systems management, consulting and auditing. Craig is highly experienced in all stages of urban infrastructure projects and is regularly engaged by RMS and Tier 1 Designers to provide constructability, utilities and risk management advice.
Craig has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) and a Master of Legal Studies.
Craig is registered on the RMS Constructability Panel.
Ben Nugteren is a level headed Technical Manager with over 11 years of experience in structural and civil engineering projects. He has structural design experience in concrete structures, including bridge and retaining wall design, along with design of a new railway station concourse. Ben’s experience in structural steel design includes design of portal buildings, Overhead Wiring Structures (OHWS) and road sign structures. Ben’s experience as Technical Manager for Transport for NSW on the delivery of the SVC Contract for the Sydney Metro project has provided him with well-rounded experience across both design and construction related issues.
Ben has been working closely with Sydney Metro as Design Manager for Northern Corridor Works Portion 7. This project is located at Chatswood and addresses changes required to the existing Sydney Trains network to allow construction and operation of the new Sydney Metro City and Southwest rail line. This project is located within an operating Brownfields rail corridor and the works require a multi-disciplinary design team to coordinate with multiple interfaces and numerous stakeholders in order to deliver a project which is critical to Sydney Metro construction and Sydney Trains operation.
Ben is responsible for working closely with Sydney Metro’s Contractor and their designer in order to ensure that Sydney Metro’s requirements are met. Along with this, Ben is responsible for facilitating engagement with Sydney Trains, who will ultimately become the asset owner for the majority of the works and for presenting all design packages to the Sydney Metro / Sydney Trains sub-CCB to receive approval for construction.
Ben holds a Bachelor of Engineering (First Class Honours) (Civil); Diploma in Engineering Practice and is a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng), Structural.
Ayman Sayegh is an experienced engineer with almost 12 years’ experience in Quality Assurance Management, Independent Verification and Construction Phase Services of design and construct infrastructure projects. He has dealt with the coordination of design, RFIs and NCRs and worked on site as part of the IV or CPS team undertaking supervision of multi-million dollar construction projects.
Ayman’s key skills include review of design documents and NCRs, liaison with sub consultants, coordination of supervision activities, site supervision, production of defects lists for completion, review of drawings, preparation of claims and certification. He has also undertaken project management roles, including design management, commercial management and quality management as well as performing various report writing for tender submission and prepared numerous resumes for submission to clients. He was the Project Independent Verifier on the M5 West Widening and Port Botany Expansion Project.
Ayman holds a Master of Engineering Science (Structural Engineering) (distinction), Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), and an Advanced Diploma of Structural engineering. He has Membership of Engineers Australia and the Australian Steel Institute; holds a WorkCover Green card, Railcorp Risi Ticket, Rail safety worker, First Aid and Working at Heights Training.
Quoc Phuong, born and bred in Sydney, Australia, brings over ten years’ experience as a civil engineer on major NSW road and rail infrastructure projects. His key skills include management of Tier 1 Contractor construction activities, construction, design management, contract administration and constructability advice.
Quoc is highly experienced in project management and is well versed with the challenges of projects delivered within both urban and rural environments. He applies best practice across his disciplines which include construction, risk management, compliance outcomes and change management. His extensive experience in project engineering / project management includes large scale Sydney infrastructure projects such as NorthConnex, WestConnex M4 Widening Stage 1A and Kingsgrove to Revesby Rail Quadruplication Project.
Quoc holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) and certifications include Rail Safety Worker, Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety, Leading and Managing for Results, Leadership Management Australia and Frontline Leaders Training.