New Australian appointees for MWH Global’s transport business

By Sustainability Matters Staff
Thursday, 25 July, 2013

MWH Global has announced two new appointments to its Australian transport business. Stephen Moore has been appointed transportation leader, Government and Infrastructure for New South Wales and Victoria; and Alex Iljin is business manager for infrastructure planning.

Based in the MWH Sydney office, Moore is recognised as a leader in the field of transport planning and analysis in Australia, with more than 30 years of consulting experience. His role will see him lead the delivery of planning, engineering, design and asset management services for clients in New South Wales and Victoria, building on the success of MWH and its existing transport capabilities in Queensland.

Iljin will be based in the MWH Melbourne office, utilising his 25 years of experience in transport planning and traffic engineering. He will expand the business transport planning capabilities for MWH across the east coast of Australia, assisting clients to identify and plan infrastructure priorities and secure funding. He will also support private and public sector clients with transport planning services to ensure they develop a robust feasibility assessment and business case for funding approvals and project implementation.

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