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Matthew Deane

Principal Engineer & Company Director

BEng (Civil) (Hons I), BBusMan (Hons II), MIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ, NER

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Matthew is a Chartered Engineer with over 15 years experience in ports, marine and civil infrastructure projects in Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific, Indian Ocean Territories, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

Over this time, Matthew has developed a proven ability to lead and manage single and multi-disciplinary teams to deliver successful project outcomes for a wide range of government and private sector clients. Matthew offers a broad range of technical experience in project and commercial management, contract administration, design and documentation of maritime and civil infrastructure including cost estimation, construction phase services and construction certification.

In addition, Matthew’s core technical focus and specialization in the inspection and remediation of structures in both marine and non-marine environments offers clients and projects a valuable combination of structural design, construction and asset management experience and expertise including advising on issues related to materials durability and cathodic protection.

Professional Associations & Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Civil / Structural - Hons I), University of Queensland (2006)

  • Bachelor of Business Management (Hons II), University of Queensland (2006)

  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng, Structural & Civil)

  • Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ)

  • Member of Institution of Engineers Australia (MIEAust)

  • National Professional Engineering Register (NPER)

  • World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure (PIANC)


Conferences and Industry Awards

  • Coast & Marine Structures (2018) – “Utilising Smart Technologies for Effective Asset Management across the Maritime Industry” - Speaker

  • Queensland Engineering Excellence Award (2014) for Projects under $50M (Howard Smith Wharves Refurbishment) – Project Manager

Training and Certificates

  • Griffith University - Coastal Hazard Management – Advanced Certificate (2019)

  • Institute of Asset Management, (IAM), United Kingdom – Certificate (Oct 2018)

  • Port Planning and Due Diligence for Ports and Maritime Terminals (2017)

  • Role of the Superintendent (Consult Australia, 2017)

  • Cathodic Protection Advanced (Australian Corrosion Association (ACA), 2011)

  • Engineers Welding Certificate (TAFE, QLD, 2009)

  • Rail Industry Worker (RIW) Certified

  • Safe Access Rail Corridor (SARC) Certified

  • Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC)

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