CCHD - Michael Corrigan

Michael Corrigan

Project Development Manager

Michael is a chartered professional engineer with 19 years’ experience specialising in design and project management of road and infrastructure projects. His experience spans projects in Australia and internationally, with a proven history of leading teams that provide innovative and cost-effective design solutions for clients in both the public and private sectors.

Michael is currently in a Project Development Manager role for the Roads and Maritime, Western Sydney Program Office, where he is responsible for client-side management of projects in the planning phase.

Michael is a professional whose depth of knowledge stems from experience in design, drafting and civil engineering. He has played key management roles in a number of design projects ranging from concept designs in urban environments, to detailed designs of major highway upgrades, including multiple projects for RMS Easing Sydney’s Congestion office and various sections of the Pacific Highway upgrade, Hunter Expressway and Camden Valley Way.

Michael is a Project Manager with demonstrated experience working on major infrastructure projects and complex minor projects. This has given him strong experience in cost and program management and coordination of cross discipline teams.

Michael’s previous role involved technical management of a design office including roads, structures, Geotech, pavements, environment and community consultation teams.

Most recent projects include:

  • Moorebank Intermodal Road Access Strategy Projects – Project Development Manager
  • DM Roads Western Sydney SMC – Project/Design/Technical Manager
  • Pacific Highway Upgrade from Oxley Highway to Kempsey – Detailed Design and Project/Design Manager
  • Hunter Expressway from Kurri Kurri to Branxton – Design & Construction, Discipline Design Manager