Brian is a Partner of Opus International Consultants who is a multidisciplinary engineering, architecture, infrastructure, asset management and environmental consultancy with offices throughout Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Opus is listed on the New Zealand stock exchange. Following graduation from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) in 1978, Brian was employed at McWilliam Consulting Engineers as a Structural Engineer and was promoted to Director in 2001. Brian maintained his directorship when McWilliam merged with QANTEC in 2003. Qantec McWilliam was then purchased by Opus in 2007
Brian has significant expertise in managing the structural design of large projects. He is known for producing practical and economical structural options and for his ability to get the structural concept right early in the project resulting in a cost effective, practical and successful development. He enjoys working in a multi discipline team and thrives on having ideas considered and challenged.
Over the last 30 plus years Brian has helped complete some of Queensland’s major building projects including:
- Mackay Hospital Redevelopment
- Yeronga Village
- Viridian Noosa Resort Development
- Creative Industries Precinct, Kelvin Grove Urban Village
- Mirvac Tennyson Riverside Development
- Mirvac School of Sustainability, Bond University
- Sunshine Coast University Hospital PPP bid
- River Quay Restaurants at Southbank
- Station Square Shopping Centre Maryborough
- Brolga Theatre Maryborough
- Club Med Lindeman Island
- Noosa International Resort
- 240 Queen Street Commonwealth Bank building
- Performing Arts Centre Queensland Cultural Centre
CTBUH Leaders Connect at 2017 Conference
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CTBUH Queensland Infrastructure Seminar: Anna Meares Velodrome
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