The Beca Airports team has boosted its leadership with the appointment of Paul McCullagh (Principal - Airports).
Paul joins Beca with over 18 years' extensive experience in major airport rehabilitation, construction and maintenance works, both on greenfield and constrained sites in Australia, India and the Middle East. He has in-depth knowledge across all facets of airport design, design management, construction project management, interface management, works planning on operational aerodromes, construction phasing and technical supervision. Paul has unique expertise across a broad range of airport engineering topics including pavements, geometric design, airport planning, airfield ground lighting, drainage, high mast lighting and apron ramp services.
"I'm really looking forward to working with our many clients and bringing my knowledge, track record and passion to successfully deliver complex and important airport projects. Aviation infrastructure development within the Asia Pacific region is currently experiencing rapid growth and there has never been a more exciting time to be involved in the airport engineering industry."
As Damian Pedreschi, Beca's General Manager for Transport in Australia said: "We're delighted to welcome Paul into our team and his appointment clearly demonstrates our continued investment in bringing the best global talent together to deliver excellent projects for our clients. He is highly respected in our industry and his substantial knowledge, technical excellence and expertise will be a significant asset as we continue to expand our Airports offering, both in Australia and internationally."
Beca Airports has over 30 years' experience in providing engineering, planning and management services to the airports sector. Our award-winning team has worked on a diverse range of airports in Australia, the Pacific Islands, New Zealand and Asia.