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Housing professional joins Navigator NZ Partnership

Housing professional joins Navigator NZ Partnership

Navigator NZ welcomes Aman Mehta to its Partnership.

Aman is an urban development, planning, and housing specialist with 15 years experience in consulting for the private sector, public sector, multilateral, bilateral development and UN institutions in countries around Asia Pacific and Africa "Aman exemplifies Navigator. He brings a strategic and collaborative mindset to approaching issues. Like our other Partners, he has successfully managed large teams and delivered projects with value addition, on time and within budget" said Navigator Chair, Shaun Coffey.

Aman has been involved with approximately 40 small to large projects – from design to implementation and monitoring, predominantly focusing on urban development, land management, sustainability, governance and monitoring, water and sanitation, housing policy and disaster management.

"Navigator aims to deliver value across Asia-Pacific. Aman's experience in the region is critical to that strategy", Mr Coffey added.

Aman Mehta is based in Melbourne and will lead Navigator's business interests in Australia.

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