Ranbury appoints Brian Edwards as a Principal Project Manager in Ranbury’s Building Group.
Brian is a project management specialist in the social infrastructure sector, with a particular interest in health. He has been the primary point of contact on health infrastructure projects ranging in value from several hundred thousand dollars, to $1.76 billion.
Joining Ranbury from another leading project management company, Brian has over 20 years’ experience in the social infrastructure sector, including 14 years in the health sector in Queensland. Brian provides his clients with experience spanning from business cases to operational planning and post completion phases of a project. His projects include the Atherton Hospital Redevelopment, Coomera Health Precinct Business Case and, Gold Coast University Hospital.
Brian is excited to join the team, saying, “Ranbury is regarded as a leader in the health sector. I am very much looking forward to becoming part of the team and to further strengthening our reputation across Queensland, New South Wales, and the ACT.”
Ranbury’s Health Leader, Sue Folliott, said, “I have had the privilege of knowing Brian since we worked together on the Gold Coast University Hospital project. He focuses on creating value for his clients, and I am looking forward to working with him on many more hospital and health sector projects.”
Principal of Ranbury’s Property and Building team, Scott Kennelly, agrees. “Ranbury is currently working on significant hospital projects including, the Caboolture Hospital Redevelopment, the Logan Hospital Expansion Project, the Canberra Hospital Redevelopment, and the Moranbah Hospital Business Case. The addition of Brian to the team will ensure that Ranbury can continue to provide exceptional service to our healthcare clients.”
Brian’s appointment reflects Ranbury’s investment in the healthcare sector and follows Sue Folliott’s appointment to the role of Health Leader. Ranbury’s health team now comprises over 20 health infrastructure specialists involved in projects across Queensland, New South Wales, and the ACT.