Project Director of a team that completed a comprehensive review of the City of Yarra’s, Melbourne, parking services, including developing and evaluating a range of future service delivery options. A comprehensive financial model was developed to support the analysis.
Project Director of a team that undertook a peer review of the financial model for new and expanded $25 million car parking buildings for the Waitemata District Health Board and the New Zealand Ministry of Health. Also assisted in restructuring the business case.
Project Director of a team that managed the establishment of Auckland City Parking as a commercial entity with approximately NZ$100 million in assets. The project entailed a review of the commercial and ownership options, advice on the proposed capital structure, including transferring of NZ$80 million in council debt, governance issues and preparation of the statement of corporate intent, business and financial plans.
Member of a three firm consortium that analysed ways in which public transport, cycling, walking and parking management could be integrated to help achieve sustainable development of a 300 ha mixed housing (3,000 homes) and commercial development site for the Hobsonville Land Company, a development company owned by the Ministry of Housing. Our role was to identify option costs, funding options and provide a cost benefit analysis and recommendations.
Project Director of a two firm consortium that developed a long-term car parking policy and implementation plan for Rodney District Council, including preparing the business case, preparing a financial model of the introduction of on-street car parking charges for Orewa and Warkworth townships and the PPP options for building a 1,200 car parking building in Orewa.
Advised Waitakere City Council, Auckland on the central car park project to build a 266 car park building as part of the development of an integrated civic/transport facility in Henderson town centre using a PPP structure and project managing the request for proposal process on behalf of the council.