“Building a rapport with the team is key to a project’s success; maintaining open lines of communication and having a clear understanding of each other’s roles and capabilities.”
Designing a network of standby generators or a series of high-security communication systems requires meticulous planning to minimize risk and optimise electrical infrastructure. I work closely with clients to add value at various stages of the project lifecycle, developing design briefs, clearly establishing the design parameters for contractors, or managing the commissioning process at the end of the project.
I feel privileged to have delivered many of the Australian overseas Embassies, along with several data centres and Department of Defence assets around the country.
Many moons ago I was an economics tutor at ANU and I very much enjoy being in a position to provide design guidance and mentoring to the team.
With over 40 years’ experience in electrical building services engineering, Paul has helped to deliver some of the most technically complex projects undertaken in Australia. He is a key member of the Canberra leadership team, steering the electrical engineering design for highly controlled environments spanning commercial precincts, government buildings and the Department of Defence.
Paul’s expertise combines most facets of electrical engineering including low voltage power reticulation, standby generation systems, critical power systems, interior lighting, emergency lighting, dry fire systems and communications cabling systems. His experience also includes 13 years of government service as an engineer including 4 years at the department of aviation designing visual navigation aids.