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Aurecon appoints new manager in Christchurch

8 August 2013

Aurecon appoints new manager in Christchurch

Carl Devereux has been appointed as Christchurch Manager for engineering company Aurecon.

He joined Aurecon in 2004 as a Technical Director and has more than 17 years experience of Structural and Civil projects, with a particular focus on building structures and seismic engineering.

Devereux was heavily involved in the emergency response and recovery following the Canterbury earthquakes and continues to provide technical advice to the Government and building owners on all aspects of earthquake damaged and earthquake risk buildings.

He worked as part of USAR immediately after the earthquakes and was subsequently seconded to CERA as lead engineer for the Significant Buildings Unit.

Previously Nelson-based with Aurecon, Devereux has developed an in depth understanding of the local Christchurch market through secondments into client organisations.

About Aurecon
Aurecon provides engineering, management and specialist technical services for government and private sector clients globally. With an office network extending across 23 countries, Aurecon has been involved in projects in more than 80 countries across Africa, Asia Pacific and the Middle East and employs around 7,000 people across 11 industry groups:
• Construction
• Data & telecommunications
• Defence
• Energy
• Government
• International development assistance
• Property
• Manufacturing
• Resources
• Transport
• Water

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