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Ranbury brand to transition to RP Infrastructure in final stage of integration

Following RP infrastructure’s merger with Ranbury Management Group in April last year, the Ranbury brand will be folded into RP Infrastructure in July.

RP Infrastructure CEO David Gundy said that the decision signaled to our clients that the firms are very much operating as one business noting, “Our people are already working together to bring expanded capabilities and a superior range of services to our clients.”

“Transitioning the Ranbury brand to RP Infrastructure provides clarity to our clients and the market that we are very much working as one unified team.”

The group’s National Director Project Management, Brett Magnussen, formerly the Managing Director of Ranbury, said it was business as usual for the team whose focus is on delivering the highest quality outcomes for our projects.

“Operating under one unified brand brings efficiencies to our business and ensures our focus remains on providing integrated solutions to our clients nationally, across the entire infrastructure spectrum,” said Brett.

“The joining of our two firms under the RP Infrastructure brand has also opened up opportunities for our people to develop their experience across a range of projects, sectors and geographic areas.”

RP Infrastructure (RPI) has a 350+ strong team located in six offices across the Eastern seaboard, supporting projects nationally.

We provide our clients with Advisory, Cost, Asset and Project Management services across the Social, Commercial, Transport, Utilities and Energy sectors.

Along with David and Brett, RPI’s Executive Leadership team comprises National Director Advisory Sam Cook, Chief Financial Officer Lisa Roberts, Chief Operating Officer Mac Lydiard and Chief People Officer Alison Sherry.

Our support to clients will continue as usual as we transition the Ranbury brand to RP Infrastructure this month.