RP Infrastructure and Ranbury have come together to form a 300+ person professional advisory and project management group with six offices across the Eastern seaboard.
The partnership, announced in April this year, enables the group to increase its service offering across the entire infrastructure spectrum: Social, Commercial, Transport, Utilities and Energy.
RP Infrastructure CEO David Gundy leads the business with the support of National Director Project Management, Brett Magnussen, formerly Managing Director of Ranbury, and National Director Advisory, Sam Cook.
“Together, we have increased the breadth and depth of our service and expertise allowing us to better support our clients with an integrated offering across the social, commercial, transport, utilities and energy sectors,” said David.
“We now offer all our clients an enhanced advisory and project management service capability, including cost estimating and project delivery services, with teams on the ground able to support clients right across the Eastern seaboard,” he said.
“While the two businesses complement each other in terms of services, sectors and geographic focus, they very much align in terms of our values and culture,” said Brett Magnussen. “This partnership has accelerated the growth of both businesses and has opened up great opportunities for our people, as reflected by the 50+ promotions announced in recent months,” he said.
“Our shared resource base means we are better placed to capitalise on continued industry growth and a strong pipeline of projects across NSW and Victoria, as well as Queensland with the upcoming 2032 Brisbane Olympics,” added David. “Together, we are in a great position to support clients and our staff with the opportunities ahead.”
Having joined our management and consultant teams in July, RP Infrastructure is focussed on completing the integration with Ranbury over the coming months.
Joining David, Brett and Sam in the Executive Leadership team are Chief Operating Officer, Mac Lydiard, Chief Financial Officer, Lisa Roberts, and Chief People Officer, Alison Sherry.
Our support to clients will continue as usual across both businesses throughout the integration.