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New Director Appointment

RDT Pacific is thrilled to announce the appointment of Jeremy Brown as a Director. Jeremy joined RDT Pacific as an Associate Director in 2014 and has over 35 years of project management experience, delivering successful projects in the built environment across a range of sectors.

Jeremy has experience in all aspects of project and commercial management in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, having gained experience with client side, contractors and professional consultancy offices. Having previously held a range of senior management positions, he succeeds in leading people and engaging with clients and team members to develop and deliver successful projects.

His diverse project portfolio includes the completion of projects in the residential, commercial, educational and industrial sector, as well as the delivery of extensive aeronautical projects, military defence facilities, high end hotels and large-scale housing schemes.

“We have a strong business and are on a mission to be the leading consultancy in New Zealand. The knowledge, experience and talent Jeremy consistently contributes to our business will help us to further positively shape the built environment in New Zealand”

With an outstanding track record across the full spectrum of project management and commercial management services’, Jeremy’s extensive project experience, equips him to challenge project parameters to deliver exceptional benefit to clients.

Jeremy is an outcome-driven professional, with proven leadership and management of diverse and multi-disciplinary team’s in a variety of project-based workplaces, in both the private and public sector.

Prior to joining RDT Pacific, Jeremy’s career has also included senior positions with Canary Wharf Group, Mace Group, Arup Project Management, and Beca.

Chris Ellis
Managing Director