Dave is the founder of CNC Project Management and has over twenty years’ experience in infrastructure development industries.
He has an extensive history working for clients of all sizes in the management of project planning and permitting, community relations, land access and native title and cultural heritage.
Dave has been recognised as a leader in his field, having previously been awarded the Australian Pipeline Industry Association (APIA) Young Achievement Award.
Beau manages CNC Project Management’s involvement in projects, providing leadership of well-organised operational teams focussed on the delivery of each project.
Prior to joining the company, Beau was the Auckland Area Manager for the New Zealand Department of Conservation. Beau has extensive project management experience, successfully leading a number of significant and potentially controversial environmental initiatives, undertaken in a politically charged climate.
Tricia has twenty years practical commercial experience as a business manager. She is degree qualified and completed an MBA in 2001. She has experience in a range of areas, such as business management, customer service, process management, administration, client management, project management, franchising, business reporting and financial acumen.
In 2007, Tricia was recognised as a finalist for the Sunshine Coast Business Woman of the Year ‘Professional’. She is responsible for the business, financial and administration operations of the company.
General Manager – Environment
Ian is an experienced project manager of environmental and cultural heritage planning approvals and has supervised the implementation and development of environmental management systems on linear infrastructure projects.
He oversaw the alignment selection and environmental permitting on behalf of Eastern Star Gas for their Narrabri to Wellington and Coolah to Newcastle pipelines.
National Client and Communications Manager
Scott is an experienced communications specialist who has worked in the pipeline and energy sectors for the last ten years including as Editor of The Australian Pipeliner and Gas Today magazines.
He has an extensive network within industry, government and the media. He is able to develop high-level communication and stakeholder engagement strategies while ensuring all communication activity meets the highest quality and accuracy standards.
Scott was awarded the 2012 Australian Pipeline Industry Association’s Young Achievement Award.
Project Manager – Environmental Permitting
Michael has spent twenty-five years in environmental impact assessment and management. The majority of his experience was gained in maritime resource management, the mining sector and more recently in the Queensland coal seam gas and pipeline sector.
Michael’s key strengths lie in environmental permitting, stakeholder and regulator negotiation in addition to managing sub-consultants and compiling, editing and implementing major project assessments.
Sarah is an experienced environmental scientist who joined CNC Project Management following three years with the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline Project as Environmental Advisor.
Sarah is experienced in all stages of pipeline construction from planning to rehabilitation and has successfully developed and implemented project Environmental Management Plans.
Matt is an environmental scientist with experience in project management, environmental assessment and environmental monitoring in Australia and in the United Kingdom.
Matt was heavily involved with the Eastern Star Gas proposed Narrabri to Wellington and Coolah to Newcastle pipelines.
Senior Project Facilitator
Joe has previously been involved in New South Wales mining operations, negotiating with government, local stakeholders and indigenous groups to gain approvals and ongoing goodwill throughout development and operation.
Joe was the Senior Project Facilitator on both the Narrabri to Wellington and Coolah to Newcastle pipelines.
Tim joined CNC Project Management having previously worked for a major engineering firm where he gained experience in gas and wind projects. He was seconded on a major wind farm project where he undertook a number of activities including consultation with local government and land holders.
Since joining CNC Project Management he has worked on a number of projects, including the Solar Dawn project.
Senior Project Facilitator
Max has a background in farming development and production. Before joining CNC Project Management Max spent three years as the Community Relations Manager for a major agribusiness company.
Since joining the company he has worked on the Eastern Star Gas Coolah to Newcastle pipeline and the Victorian Desalination pipeline and powerline project.
John has a diverse skill set centred around land access and community liaison. John joined CNC Project Management from the Queensland government after previously being engaged by the State to facilitate tenure negotiations for LinkWater as part of the expansion of the southeast Queensland water grid.
Since then, John has been engaged as a project facilitator on several projects including AGL’s Gloucester to Newcastle pipeline.
Daniel has a background in linear infrastructure projects and has most recently been involved on the Solar Dawn project and Northern Interconnector project.
Daniel also has strong knowledge in rehabilitation and revegetation of linear infrastructure projects, holding an extensive knowledge of regional ecosystems and revegetation techniques.
David is a GIS professional with over 35 years of experience in the geospatial industry. He has extensive skills in GIS, cartography and photogrammetry. He commenced his career in military cartography.
Much of his career has been in infrastructure development having worked for Ben Lomond Water, the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline Project and local government. He also spent a number of years working overseas, including working on the Brunei National Development Plan.
Angela has a Bachelor of Environmental Management with a focus on spatial science and joined CNC Project Management from a role with the Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management as a spatial information officer.
Angela produces mapping, provides analysis of spatial information and supports the research and preparation of environmental impact assessment documentation and reports.
The CNC Project Management Administration team undertakes a multitude of tasks that support projects and company operations. The team is based in the company’s head office on the Sunshine Coast.
They bring a vast array of experience having worked in their own businesses, small and large companies and government. Some of the key roles they undertake include general administration, financial and accounting, transcription and detailed record keeping and paralegal services.