WT Partnership has made three new senior appointments to bolster the firm’s capabilities across health, infrastructure and facilities management consulting.
Craig Barlow joins the Sydney office as national manager asset and facilities management. Mr Barlow holds a bachelor of engineering from Newcastle University and has a substantial track record in asset management and also public infrastructure planning, procurement and operations. Prior to joining WTP he worked on numerous public-private partnership projects across both greenfields and brownfields sites including the Perth Stadium, Fiona Stanley Hospital, New Royal Adelaide Hospital, North West Rail Link and the Royal North Shore Hospital.
Former director of infrastructure for Donald Cant Watts Corke, Jon Mander-Jones has been appointed Queensland infrastructure lead, and will be based at the Brisbane office. Mr Mander-Jones is a qualified civil engineer with substantial experience quantity surveying for alliance contracts for civil infrastructure projects, including water, waste, airports, ports, road and rail.
Jim Harrington has been appointed executive quantity surveyor, bringing extensive experience in aged care, health and education sector projects to the Melbourne office. An associate of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Mr Harrington was for 20 years a partner in quantity surveying firm Padghams, and on its 2010 merger with multinational consultancy Sweett Group became a member of the Sweett board and leader of the cost management team.