Brendon Beirne

Senior Civil Engineer / Project Manager

Brendon has played a key role in many significant State and Federally funded engineering projects in the public and private sector. He has widespread experience leading and working with multidisciplinary teams and alliances in the development and delivery of major road and transport systems that now shapes Sydney and NSW. As well as having engineering, business, asset and project management tertiary qualifications Brendon is registered as a chartered engineer with Engineers Australia. He is the current committee chair of the College of Leadership and Management (CLM) for the Sydney Division of Engineers Australia.

Throughout his career, he has secured and managed significant amounts of financial and human resources in a number of notable multi-million dollar projects including; as an Assistant Venue Transport Manager for the Athletes Village during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; as a specialist technical advisor during the tender assessment of the Sydney Light Rail in 2014; as a Project Manager for the formation and commencement of the $48m Bells Line of Road Corridor Improvement Program in 2013-2014; and as a site engineer during the construction of the Lane Cove Tunnel between 2003 and 2007.

Technical Skills

  • Strategic, Concept and Detailed Design development.
  • Project management of multiple concurrent projects.
  • Asset management applied in the private and public engineering
    sectors.
  • Verification of road, light rail, maritime and intermodal works.
  • Quality management systems
  • Level 2 Road Safety Auditor.

Experience

9 years Local Government, 16 years RMS (RTA), 5 years consultancy