Join us as we host Kevin Devlin at our next Melbourne Leaders lunch.
Join us as Kevin Devlin, CEO of LXRP will discuss the changes they have brought about and the challenges that still exist for his team as they seek to continue their program of level crossing removals and the Hurstbridge line duplication project.
We are pleased to welcome Kevin for an update on the progress of what's to come.
Kevin Devlin, CEO, Level Crossing Removal Project. Kevin is responsible for overseeing the planning and delivery of Victoria’s Level Crossing Removal Project, the Hurstbridge Rail upgrade. The Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP) has transformed Melbourne with 65 of a targeted 85 crossings already removed. LXRP has not only transformed Melbourne’s transport network it has brought about improvements in project design and procurement.
Kevin 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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