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Infrastructure Australia’s new independent board has appointed a CEO, with Philip Davies to lead the Commonwealth funding advisory. CrimTrac also has a new boss in NSW policing director Nicole Rose.
Infrastructure Australia has its first chief executive, with public and private transport and infrastructure manager Philip Davies to take up the post.
Davies is a former Transport for London executive who currently leads infrastructure advisory practice for engineering consultancy AECOM. He’s also advised the federal government on high-speed rail and state governments on transport projects.
Infrastructure Australia chairman Mark Birrell calls Davies a “highly qualified engineer and infrastructure expert” with “valuable experience in both the public and private sectors”.
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