Growth Accelerates in our Emerging Markets and on the East Coast of Australia and New Zealand

Matthew Ing

New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory/New Zealand Lead
As populations across Australia and New Zealand (NZ) continue to rise and urbanisation increases, BG&E is well-positioned to help clients in the Property, Transport, Ports and Marine, Water, Defence, Renewables and Resources sectors, deliver resilient engineering solutions.

Today, we are pleased to announce Joe Catanzariti has been appointed as the leader of BG&E’s Emerging business divisions. With more than 35 years’ experience in managing engineering teams to design and deliver iconic building and infrastructure projects, and growing the New South Wales (NSW) business, Joe will lead the national Asset Management, Construction Engineering, Digital Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Defence, Rail, Renewables, Timber and Water business divisions. During his career, Joe has fostered enduring relationships with clients, including with contractors and developers, private sector industry giants, architects, project financiers, and State transport and planning agencies. He also serves as a member of BG&E’s Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and Safety, Quality & Risk Committee, and chairs the Risk Management Group.

We also celebrate Matthew Ing being promoted into the role of NSW/ACT/NZ Lead. He previously led the NSW Highways team and also contributed to the rapid expansion of the broader NSW Infrastructure business. Matthew has more than 18 years’ experience in providing exceptional outcomes for clients, which has been gained from the Australia, NZ and the United Kingdom. He is focused on continuing to deliver high-quality, innovative solutions for clients and shareholders, as well as helping his teams to navigate through the commercial and technical complexities of major projects. He also serves as a member of BG&E’s ELT, is a board member, and chairs the Finance and Audit Committee.

In NSW, our award-winning teams have a long and successful track of delivering iconic projects for Transport for NSW, John Holland, CPB, Laing O’Rourke, Multiplex, Mirvac, Built, AMP Capital and Transurban, to name a few.

Below are some of the projects that BG&E has contributed to in NSW, in recent times:

• Sydney Gateway
• Sydney Metro Tunnel Stations Excavation
• NorthConnex
• WestConnex Stage 3B – Rozelle Interchange
• Pacific Highway Upgrade – Woolgoolga-to-Ballina, Portion A
• Quay Quarter Tower
• 3, 4, 6 and 8 Parramatta Square
• EY Centre
• Castle Towers Shopping Centre Redevelopment
• 168 Walker Street, North Sydney

Frank Cerra, Managing Director of BG&E says, “I am proud to work with great people, who are strong leaders. Joe has been a vital member of BG&E’s leadership team and the NSW business for three decades, and I thank him for his hard work and leadership, and wish him every success in scaling up our Emerging business divisions.

“Similarly, I am excited about Matthew’s appointment as the NSW/ACT/NZ Lead and I look forward to him leveraging the robust pipeline of opportunities on the East coast of Australia, as well as to him working with Hayden Duffy (Principal/New Zealand Manager) and his team to grow BG&E across the Tasman.

“Both Joe and Matthew have great relationships with their teams, clients and industry peers and will continue to help clients to create enduring built environments for communities to thrive.”

From structural engineering to facade design, from civil engineering to materials testing, and beyond to transport planning, hydrology, flood modelling, digital engineering, asset management and geotechnical – BG&E’s expertise is characterised by technical brilliance, innovation and buildability. Our legacy and our future are underpinned by an unwavering commitment to provide a premium client experience and improve humanity.

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