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Roads Australia Event Details

RA Single Table Luncheon with Kevin Devlin (Melbourne)

22/03/2017 12:00 to 22/03/2017 14:30

Venue: Bar Lourinha, 37 Little Collins Street
Details:

BY INVITATION

Kevin Devlin is overseeing an eight-year, multi-billion dollar project to remove 50 of Melbourne's most congested and dangerous level crossings by 2022.

In 2015, the State Government allocated $2.4 billion to remove at least 20 of these crossings by 2018, with 10 of these so far completed and works well underway to meet the deadline.

This is an opportunity to hear from Kevin on what projects are coming up next and discuss the procurement process.

 

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OUR SPEAKER

Kevin Devlin, Chief Executive Officer, Level Crossing Removal Authority

Kevin is responsible for overseeing the planning and delivery of Victoria’s Level Crossing Removal Project, Mernda Rail Extension and the Hurstbridge Rail upgrade.

He has extensive experience delivering engineering projects in both the public and private sector, working on a broad range of contractual models and across the full life cycle of projects.

Prior to his current role, Kevin held a number of senior positions including  Executive Project Director for the East West Link,and Project Director for the Middleborough Road Rail Grade Separation and the West Gate Bridge Strengthening projects.

Kevin is an innovative and highly effective leader who adopts a strategic leadership and business approach to managing complex capital projects and programs. He strives to develop high performing teams that challenge the status quo and dare to do mighty things.

 

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