Having joined forces with RP Infrastructure in April, we’re pleased to update that our integration is on track to reach our vision of a full-service property and infrastructure advisory and project management firm.
RP Infrastructure and Ranbury have integrated our management and consultant teams to create a 300+ strong group of highly skilled project professionals across six offices in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
RP Infrastructure CEO, David Gundy, said the united strength of both practices is already benefiting new and existing clients across the entire infrastructure spectrum.
“Together, we have increased the breadth and depth of our service and expertise allowing us to better support our clients with an integrated transport, buildings and energy sector offering,” he said.
The combined business also ensures we have teams on the ground able to support clients right across the Eastern seaboard.
“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,” said David.
The integration also brings expanded opportunities for our staff, according to Brett Magnussen, formerly Ranbury’s Managing Director and now National Director of Project Management for the group.
“We’re committed to the development of our staff and this integration means we can now offer our teams broader project experiences and expanded career opportunities, as reflected by the more than 50 promotions across the group recently,” he said.
Joining David and Brett in the Executive Leadership team is National Director of Advisory Sam Cook, Chief Operating Officer Mac Lydiard, Chief Financial Officer Lisa Roberts and Chief People Officer Alison Sherry.
The RP Infrastructure and Ranbury integration will roll out over the coming months with both brands continuing in the market.
Our support to clients will continue as usual across both businesses throughout our integration.