It is not every day when the National Regulator of the country with railways stretching over 40,000 kilometers is going to consider and certify a radically new transport system. We continue to introduce to you the delegation from three Companies that became SkyWay partners in Australia after several visits to Belarus.
The MBM Company has been successfully managing project costs. Together with engineering professionals from Aurecon, this Company acting as experts in project estimate business supported Rоd Hook and Associates in the technology start-up in a new country equal to an entire continent.
To date MBM has provided initial Cost Planning services for a SkyWay pilot project for Australia and will continue to work with SkyWay designers to develop the appropriate documentation and evidence to provide rigor around the technology’s costs and procurement strategies.
The players of MBM team taking part in the project:
Dougal has over 20 years experience in quantity surveying and capital project procurement. Dougal’s expertise extends to cost management services, the procurement of capital projects and technical advisory services in the PPP and facilities management industries. Dougal has advised on over 15 social infrastructure PPPs in Australia. Dougal is responsible for our Asset and Building Consulting services nationally.
Mike is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and Certified Facilities Manager. Mike was a Director And Principal of Currie & Brown/Aquenta for over 25 years and has over 35 years experience in quantity surveying, post contract cost management and in the procurement and outsourcing of facilities management. Mike has specialized in the engineering and infrastructure sectors including rail, road, oil & gas, water, power and mining. He is also a leader in the Facilities Management sector and was the FMA National member in 2009. He has worked at a senior level on a range of maintenance projects for clients including UNSW, University of Sydney, AMP, Investa, Caltex, IAG, Brisbane airport, Sydney Airport, Sydney Opera House and City of Sydney.
The original letter of support from MBM.
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