Our Structures Manager - Brett Anderson
How long have you worked in construction?
"32 years total, in both engineering and construction."
What’s your typical day look like?
"A typical day for me involves both working in the office and going out to different project teams and collaborating with them, using my experience and knowledge to identify structural issues and discuss other points of view. Our team members come up with some great ideas relating to sequence of construction, and how to put the structure together. My role is to evaluate those options and assist with identifying the best way forward."
What’s the most rewarding part of your job?
"Seeing the final result of a build is a very rewarding part of my job and I'm sure many others in this industry would say the same. I also love that I'm always learning new things."
A Day in the Life of a Site Manager
We sat down with Selwyn Dexter, our site manager at the NEXT DC M2 site, to learn more about his role, lessons learnt and how he works through challenges in his day to day.
Women in Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Summit
Last week our People & Culture Manager, Alice Hanna, had the privilege of moderating a fireside chat at the annual Women in Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Summit in Sydney.
Women in Design and Construction - 'Overcoming Imposter Syndrome'
Last week our team attended a Women in Design and Construction event on the rarely discussed topic 'Overcoming Imposter Syndrome'. The panel also featured our very own New Business Support Manager, Pippa Stockfeld.