3 March 2021
New Year, New Role – Promotions 2021
Our recent promotions have continued to show flexibility and resilience throughout a challenging 2020. They always ensure “Best for Project” and continue to reflect the values of integrity, collaboration and excellence. Congratulations to our recent promotions:
Taya Kirris > Project Director, Sydney – A respected senior member of the TSA Health team, Taya has played a key role on several major projects for Health Infrastructure NSW. Currently on maternity leave, Taya was awarded the 2020 NAWIC NSW Award for Contribution to Project Management for her work on the $780 million John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct.
Danielle Gardner > Senior Project Manager, Sydney – Danielle has been with TSA for 5 years, she has spent the last three years working for Corrective Services NSW Infrastructure on the Prison Bed Capacity Program. Prior to this, she worked with UNSW on their capital works program.
Connie Allen > Analyst, Brisbane – Connie has been providing project support and administration to our Advisory team for the past four years. She has now moved into the role of Analyst, working on the Bundaberg Hospital Redevelopment Detailed Business Case and Queensland Corrective Services Strategic Assessment project.
Abbey Driessen > Assistant Project Manager, Sydney – Abbey recently completed her Bachelor of Civil Engineering at UNSW and will now continue to work full time as an APM with our Education Team. Abbey is currently working on 2 new schools for School Infrastructure NSW.
On top of these promotions, our 2020 Graduates recently celebrated the completion of their 12-month Graduate Program. Sasha Cullum in Auckland, Zhenzhen Zeng in Melbourne, Matthew Williamson in Brisbane and Advait Vyas in Sydney successfully completed the program persevering through a challenging year of lockdowns and COVID restrictions to gain practical knowledge of the skills required to become Assistant Project Managers.